Fielding Lewis Chapter
The Fielding Lewis Chapter of the DAR was organized in Marietta, Georgia, with 17 charter members on April 12, 1904. The chapter's organizing regent was Ellen Lowell Crosby, the great-great-granddaughter of Colonel Fielding Lewis and Betty Washington, the sister of George Washington.
Our chapter now has more than 250 members who actively participate in numerous projects throughout the year to preserve American history, secure America's future through better education, and promote patriotism. Chapter meetings are held on the third Wednesday of the month from September to May.
Daughters of the American Revolution
The DAR is a national nonprofit, nonpolitical volunteer women's service organization dedicated to preserving American history, securing America's future through better education, and promoting patriotism. The DAR headquarters complex occupies an entire city block near the White House in Washington, D.C., and includes two historic landmarks, Memorial Continental Hall and Constitution Hall.
More than 890,000 women have joined the DAR since it was founded on October 11, 1890. DAR membership currently stands at more than 168,000 members with 3,000 chapters in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., as well as international chapters in more than a dozen countries.
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