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Carter Braxton Chapter
Baltimore, Maryland

ORGANIZED JANUARY 21, 1919

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

   
PURPOSE MEMBERSHIP

This organization supports education through cooperation with local schools and learning experiences through speakers and travel.  It promotes patriotism in its community, service to veterans, and endeavors to encourage historic preservation in its surrounding area.

To be eligible for membership, an applicant must be 18 years of age and be able to prove lineal descendance from a man or woman who aided in the cause of American independence during the revolutionary period.  The ancestor may have served as a sailor, a soldier, a civil officer or as a recognized patriot at that time.
    
MEETINGS are held the third Wednesday or Saturday of each month September through May except in March when the State Conference is held.  
  
A TYPICAL MEETING might be awarding a certificate and medal to a student for presentation of an excellent history essay or traveling to the Inner Harbor to enjoy lunch and a tour of the harbor's productivity aboard the yacht Mary Lynn.
   
MEMBERS are of varied backgrounds and ages.   Represented are teachers, accountants, fund raisers, nurses, retirees, etc.
    

For information concerning membership, meeting dates, and visits to the chapter, please contact our Joy Hare, Registrar.

  

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