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Children of the American Revolution

Front row: First Vice Regent Ann Story, Regent Kitty Watters, Past Regent and State CWL Chairman Lydia McGill, Georgia State Regent Joyce Patton, State of Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal, Miriam Machida, Helen Grigsby, Joyce Howard. Second row: Past Recording Secretary Judy Dyer, Librarian Becky Davenport, Past Regent Peggy Freeman, Corresponding Secretary Lee Schermerhorn, Registrar Elizabeth Jaeger, Second Vice Regent Connie Rifkind, Chaplain Linda Olson, Anne Lockhart, Jamie Parker. Not pictured: Marcia Robertson, Helen Dalton, HODARS Jim Freeman, Frank Marchese.

NSDAR celebrates Constitution Week

There are two documents of paramount importance to American history: the Declaration of Independence, which forged our national identity, and the United States Constitution, which set forth the framework for the federal government that is still in use today.  This year, the annual celebration began September 17, 2016. 

Monument for Capt. David Bushnell

Area residents erect monument to sub inventor

George Washington and a submarine – who would have guessed there was a relationship!?  Yes, the first wartime submarine, or “1-man underwater machine” called the Turtle was invented during the Revolutionary War.