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Welcome

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) is a non-political service organization open to any woman age 18 years or older who can prove lineal descent from any man or woman who contributed to the cause for American independence. Much of the work of the DAR is accomplished by volunteers in its chapters across the United States and internationally to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism.

The Copper State Chapter, NSDAR, is a chapter of the DAR based in Litchfield Park, Arizona. Our chapter is named in honor of copper, which has played a very important role in the founding and growth of Arizona as the nation’s leading producer of copper since 1910. Members of the Copper State Chapter, NSDAR, come from many parts of the West Valley and beyond.

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Historic Preservation

Education

Patriotism

This photos shows chapter members and friends at a Day of Service cemetary cleanup.
Members and friends of the Copper State Chapter, NSDAR, at a DAR Day of Service clean-up at Goodyear Farms Historic Cemetery.
This is a photo of a child creating a paper U.S. flag.
Students created a U.S. flag as part of a lesson presented by the regent of the Copper State Chapter, NSDAR.
This photo shows members of Copper State Chapter, NSDAR, holding wreaths for Wreaths Across America.
Members of the Copper State Chapter, NSDAR, participate in Wreaths Across America, laying wreaths on veterans' graves.
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Website last updated January 29, 2024.

Photos courtesy of Copper State Chapter, NSDAR, members.

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