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Serving South Carolina Since 1891

 Elizabeth Krueger Billham
State Regent
and the
State Board of Management
welcome you to South Carolina!


The South Carolina Society of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution has been active since 1891. Since the beginning, daughters have worked to serve God, Home, and Country and promote the objectives of the DAR.   

Today, there are 69 chapters with over 4,700 members participating in the volunteer projects of the SCDAR.  South Carolina Daughters participate in naturalization ceremonies, flag presentation and flag programs, literacy programs, schools events with Junior American Citizen clubs and contests, and give ROTC, DAR Good Citizens and Good Citizenship Medals. They plant trees, shrubs and flowers for the environment. They recycle. They conduct American History Contests and give American History Teacher Awards. They give scholarships. They place historical markers honoring people, buildings, and sites which remind us of our ancestors who fought for the freedoms we now enjoy.


Our Objectives

Historic Preservation
Patriotic Endeavor
Promotion of Educatio

Watch this short video to find out more about Today's DAR!


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Last updated on July 10, 2018