DAR honors Nancy Page with 'Woman in History' award


Regent of the Captain John McAdams Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Sarah Warren (pictured right), presented the Chapter’s “Woman in American History” award to Nancy Page (pictured left), at the March 27, 2017 meeting.  Nancy Page is the current Registrar for the Chapter. 

The Captain John McAdams Chapter was organized in 1971 and was named after John McAdams, whom served in the Revolutionary War.  This local chapter of The Daughters of the American Revolution volunteers their time, money and efforts to “perpetuate the memory and patriotic spirit of the men and women who achieved American Independence.”

The Daughters of the American Revolution is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s service organization, which was founded in 1890 and headquarters in Washington D.C.  The group is dedicated to three main goals; historic preservation, educating the youth of America, and fostering the heritage of patriotism.