State Society Websites

Branches of the Sons of the American Revolution are located throughout the United States of America and in some international locations. Some states have local chapters as well.

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


International Societies

Canada, France, Germany, Mexico, Switzerland, Spain
International http://www.sar.org/itssar/default.htm

Associate Organizations

National Society of the Children of the American Revolution
http://www.nscar.org/

Ladies Auxillary
http://www.nlasar.org

“The goodly heritage of Americans in the nineteenth century is the natural ripening harvest of the seed sown in the seventeenth. The Republic of America, or the American Union, is the natural growth of certain fixed principles of civil and religious liberty”

Rev. Samuel C. Damon, Seaman's Chaplain. The Americans' Goodly Heritage: A Thanksgiving Discourse. Fort Street Church, Honolulu: November 19, 1866.
Source: The Friend: January 1867, Honolulu.

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