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Harriett Lothrop, of Concord, MA, presented the idea for a children's organization to the Daughters of the American Revolution Continental Congress in 1895, "for the training of young people in true patriotism and love of country," These boys and girls are the leaders of yesterday, today and tomorrow.
The National Project is to raise funds for the creation of James Monroe Online (JMO) in a partnership with James Monroe’s Highland and the University of William and Mary. JMO will be a free and open online portal to access images and searchable transcriptions of the archival collections devoted to our nation’s fifth president, James Monroe.
Uncover the Past with PA C.A.R. will raise funds to provide new interpretive elements at the Meadowcroft Rockshelter, enhancing the current visitor experience by adding a new layer of passive interpretation. The project will enhance the First Peoples educational program by providing supplemental visual aids where none currently exist.
The Towamencin Society meets throughout the year to visit historical sites and learn more about the Revolutionary War. Our calendar will be updated as new dates are announced.
The Children of the American Revolution, the nation's oldest, largest, patriotic youth organization, offers membership to anyone under the age of 21, lineally descended from someone who rendered material aid to the cause of American Independence.
The Towamencin Society, located in Lansdale, PA, is sponsored by the Towamencin Chapter, NSDAR and has members from Montgomery County, Central Bucks County, and the surrounding area.
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