The DAR supports a variety of different educational programs, contests, and awards. Students are invited to become involved and participate in these different programs. Reference this site for useful information and materials about the DAR educational programs for local schools and communities.
Educational programs for local communities include: awards for students, scholarships, and essay contests that encourage students to be patriotic citizens.
Massachusetts State Society DAR supports schools throughout the country, such as the Hillside School, located in Marlborough, Massachusetts.
Other educational resources are available on the DAR website:
The DAR Library is one of the nation's premier genealogical research centers.
The GRS is a free resource to aid with genealogical research.
This publication focuses on the important contributions made by African American and American Indian patriots of the American Revolution.
Educational programs for all ages are offered through the DAR Museum.
A vast collection of early American manuscripts and printed materials are on display.
Massachusetts Daughters of the
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