Welcome to the Erasmus Perry Chapter, NSDAR!
The National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) is a non-profit, non-political, volunteer women's service organization, comprising 3,000 chapters and over 185,000 members.
We invite you to explore our chapter website where you will learn about our activities & our meeting dates.
Please join us for an upcoming meeting to get to know our members!
What better way to honor our heritage and the freedoms we enjoy, than to belong to a group dedicated to preserving our wonderful country! Come join us as we joyously celebrate the past, actively participate in the present, and work diligently to pass along this patriotic tradition to future generations!
The DAR Story
The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) is an organization with a deeply rich history while also being truly relevant in today’s world. More than 930,000 women have joined the organization since it was founded close to 125 years ago. They became members to honor their heritage as well as make a difference in their communities across the country and the world. Learn more about the amazing history of the DAR and what members are doing today to continue that legacy.
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
NSDAR is dedicated to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education for children.
Maryland State Society DAR
State Motto: "Reflections of the Past; Visions of the Future"
Maryland State Society DAR Chapter House, Baltimore, Maryland
Maryland State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (MSSDAR) began in 1892 with the formation of Baltimore and Frederick chapters. Since then we have grown to 46 chapters and more than 2750 members. Our headquarters is located in Baltimore, and our members are distributed throughout the state, with half in the Washington/Baltimore metropolitan area, and half equally distributed in Western Maryland, the Eastern Shore, and Southern Maryland. No matter where they live, Maryland Daughters are vital and active members of their communities.
Administration Building entrance, DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C.