Colonel Timothy Pickering Chapter, NSDAR

Salem, Massachusetts

"Salem Harbor," Oil on Canvas, Fitz Hugh Lane, 1853:  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

"Salem Harbor," Oil on Canvas, Fitz Hugh Lane, 1853:  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

 

The Colonel Timothy Pickering Chapter,

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

(NSDAR or DAR), welcomes you to our website!

 

Our chapter was founded on April 12, 1928, by Mrs. Gertrude B. Carter with 26 charter members. The organizational meeting was held at the Hotel Hawthorne in Salem, Massachusetts, with a large representation of Massachusetts DAR State Officers present for the ceremony of instituting the chapter. Colonel Timothy Pickering was selected as the American Revolutionary War patriot the organization wished to honor.

We meet on the second Thursday of each month from October through May. Visitors and prospective members are welcome to attend. Please email our regent for details.

Our chapter supports the objectives of the NSDAR:  History, Education, and Patriotism

 

Colonel Timothy Pickering Home in Salem, Massachusetts

Colonel Timothy Pickering Home in Salem, Massachusetts

 
 

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