The Abraham Baldwin Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR), is eager to answer your questions and help you along the path to becoming a member of the DAR.

Join The DAR

Any woman is eligible for membership who is at least eighteen years of age and can prove lineal, bloodline descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence.

Contact us and ask how you can be a member of this wonderful organization.

Help is available to ascertain if you are qualified to join the DAR by seeing if you have a Patriot who served during the American Revolutionary War in your ancestry.


The NSDAR maintains records of  Patriots which can be searched by the local chapter to see if your ancestors are listed.  We will also help to establish your link to a Patriot.

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Chapter Activities

  • Promotion of the American Heritage Contest
  • Folded over 200 small flags for service members
  • Presented community service awards
  • Sponsored scholarships to West Georgia Technical and University of West Georgia
  • Promotion of the American history essay awards
  • Promote the DAR Good Citizen award
  • Awarded the Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps medal to three cadets
  • Support the Seth Washburn Society C.A.R. fundraiser for the Wreaths Across American and help distribute wreaths
  • Placed over 200 flags on veterans' graves for Veterans Day
  • Distribute school supplies to local and DAR supported schools
  • Logged in over 1500 volunteer hours
  • Collect items for Operation Homefront for service members in Europe
  • Attended a swearing-in ceremony for new military recruits.

Among our many volunteer opportunities is to support our homeless veterans and give scholarships to the University of West Georgia and West Georgia Technical College. In addition, the chapter helps support DAR schools, honor those flying our flag, and support the Carroll County Veterans Park. Recognition is given to Carroll County school history and good citizen winners, and Junior Reserve Officers Training Corps (JROTC) members.

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution         The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution was founded in 1890 to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism. Its members are descended from the Patriots who won American independence during the American Revolutionary War.

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Last updated 12/19/2022