SAR listing of all regional District, State, International and Associate Organizations

https://www.sar.org/state-websites

Regional Districts

Central District

This includes the states of Ohio, Indiana, West Virginia, and Kentucky

Mid-Atlantic District

This includes the District of Columbia and the states of Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia

Great Lakes District

This includes the states of Michigan, Illinois, and Wisconsin

New England District

This includes the states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island

South Atlantic District

This includes the states of North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida

South Central District

This includes the states of Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas

Southern District

This includes the states of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee

Inter-Mountain District

This includes the states of Montana, Wyoming,Idaho,and Utah

Rocky Mountain District

This includes the states of Arizona,Colorado, and New Mexico

Western District

This includes the states of Hawaii, California, and Nevada

Pacific District

This includes the states of Alaska, Oregon, and Washington

North Carolina Central District

Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska

State level Society Websites

https://www.sar.org/state-websites


International Societies

Canada, France, Germany, Mexico, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Spain

Associate Organizations

National Society of the Children of the American Revolution
https://www.sar.org/education/children-of-the-american-revolution

Ladies Auxillary
http://www.nlasar.org

“The Stamp Act, enforced taxation without representation, and the Boston Post Bill were steps by which the advance was made through a period of ten years toward revolution, and when with Lexington and Concord, the shot was fired, heard round the world the war was actually begun. All hesitation was now abandoned, and a Congress was called together for the purpose of deciding the future of the oppressed American colonies.”

G. W. Woods, Surgeon, from an Address delivered at the American Centennial Celebration at the Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu
Source: The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Honolulu: July 8, 1876.

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