Santiam Chapter NSDAR

DAR Insignia


Daughters of the American Revolution

Santiam Chapter

 Lebanon, Oregon


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Luncheon meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of each month in Lebanon.




The Santiam Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) was organized in February, 1941. The chapter has members from Lebanon, and the surrounding areas of Scio and Mill City.

We welcome all women who are interested in promoting patriotism and historic preservation. Special interest is paid to area history by inviting local speakers, and taking field trips to interesting historical sites.

These include many of the wonderful covered bridges of Oregon, two of which are displayed on this page.


Hannah Bridge

Thomas Creek (Hannah) Bridge
Camp Morrison Drive, County Road 830, Scio Vicinity
Linn County, 1936


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Photo Credits: Gary Halvorson, Oregon State Archives (Rock Hill School); Ben Maxwell Collection, Salem Public Library (Pioneer Cemetery); James Norman, Oregon Dept. of Transportation (Covered Bridges).

Last Updated: September 20, 2019


Jordan Bridge

Thomas Creek (Jordan) Bridge
Stayton Park, Stayton Vicinity
Linn County, Built 1937, Relocated 1988

Pioneer Cemetery fence

This is the a section of the beautiful iron fence surrounding the Pioneer cemetery at Providence Church southeast of Scio, Oregon. The church was founded in 1853 and built in 1893.

Rock Hill School
Rock Hill School, southwest of Lebanon