Welcome to the Cheyenne Chapter Website
The Cheyenne Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is the largest chapter in our state and serves Laramie County. Meetings are held at the Laramie County library on the second Saturday each month, September through May.
If you live in this area or are relocating here and are interested in finding out more about our DAR chapter, contact Chapter Regent Donna Weaver.
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About our Chapter
The Cheyenne Chapter was organized on September 1, 1900, just ten years after the national organization. Our first chapter regent, Emily A. Patton, was one of twenty-four original members.
Over the years, our chapter has marked many historical sites in the area. We support our military and the Cheyenne Veterans Administration Medical Center.
Chapter members work with children and distribute about twenty-four Good Citizenship medals to sixth graders each spring. DAR Good Citizen awards are presented to high school seniors. Members also support our local ROTC at the two high schools in the city.
Twice a year, members attend naturalization ceremonies in Cheyenne and assist with receptions to help welcome new citizens.
Cheyenne Chapter Announcements
The Cheyenne Chapter has been very active this past year with Historic Preservation, Education, Patriotism, and more. Click here for more information to see how we Celebrate America!
The DAR was founded in 1890 and now has over 175,000 members throughout our country and abroad. It is a volunteer women’s service organization whose objectives are historic preservation, patriotism, and education.
The DAR Library is one of the world’s premier genealogical research centers. Among NSDAR records are thousands of names of Revolutionary War patriots that have been proven by members. To learn if your ancestral patriot has been proven in DAR, click here to connect to the DAR Genealogical Research System (GRS) link.
Photo credits: Esther Hobart Morris Statue: adapted from Matthew Trump, "Wyoming Capitol Morris Statue" May 31, 2005 via Wikimedia Commons, Creative Commons Attribution. Grand Teton National Park: adapted from National Park Service, "Jackson Lake". Cheyenne Giant Boot: from sometimesong, "Giant cowboy boot" October 11, 2008 via Flicker, Creative Commons Attribution.