Daughters of the American Revolution
The Niangua Daughters of the American Revolution welcome you to their web site. If you are interested in learning more about eligibility requirements for the DAR, please visit the NSDAR web site for more information.
We represent one of approximately 105 chapters
in the state of Missouri, and support the objectives of the National
Society: education, historical preservation, and patriotism. Our
chapter meetings include informational programs which reflect these
objectives. Chapter membership encompasses the entire Lake of the
Ozarks area, and was organized on February 26, 1957, at Arrow Head
Lodge on Lake of the Ozarks, with Mrs. Todd Crawford as the Organizing
Regent, and 15 charter members. Although the home of the Niangua
Chapter is in Camdenton, it was planned from the beginning that
chapter would include all the towns in the Lake of the Ozarks region
and surrounding territory.
Marylin Cotrel, Chapter Regent
Missouri State Society
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