The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) is a service organization open to any woman age 18 years or older who can prove lineal descent from an American Revolutionary War Patriot. Much of the work of DAR is accomplished by volunteers in its chapters across the United States and internationally in order to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism.


The Old Pueblo Chapter, NSDAR, is a local chapter of the DAR. Our chapter is based in Tucson, Arizona, and welcomes all women, including many working and retired women.

Our Chapter

In keeping with the purpose of the National Society, chapter members work together on numerous projects to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism. We all have busy lives, so our projects offer ways for members to contribute that fit our schedules. We keep in touch across our many service projects through monthly meetings, September through May, where we enjoy an informative program, business session, and socializing. Currently, we offer hybrid meetings so that members may meet in person or remotely. If you are interested in attending a chapter meeting or becoming a member, please contact us.


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The Old Pueblo

Our chapter was organized on February 7, 2004, and named to honor Tucson, Arizona. The term “Old Pueblo” recalls the walled presidio of San Augustin del Tucson built by the Spanish settlers in 1775 as military protection. This nickname is now extended to the city itself.

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Website last updated: April 7, 2024


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