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State Regent

Aloha and Greetings,

            Since March 2, 1916 when the Hawaii State Society NSDAR, Territory of Hawaii, was organized, Hawaii Daughters have, with enthusiastic pride, promoted patriotism, historic preservation, and education, serving “God, Home, and Country.”  In the 1920’s, Hawaii Daughters were especially appreciative of the cultural exchange and enriching interaction that were brought to them by the “unusual number of visiting Daughters.” The spirit of aloha has not changed.  A warm welcome is extended to prospective members and to Daughters from around the world to meet Hawaii Daughters by attending a chapter meeting on Oahu with the Aloha Chapter or on the Big Island with the Hawai'i Loa Chapter.  Also, in the 1920s, Hawaii had a chapter on the island of Maui.   We are working to have “history repeat itself” by locating sufficient members to organize a chapter on Maui. 

Please come and see how Hawaii Daughters “Preserve the Past, Enhance the Present, and Invest in the Future.” 

                                                            Mary Ellen C. Smith, Hawaii State Regent

Chapters in Hawaii

Aloha Chapter - Hawai'i Loa Chapter


This site was updated on November 8, 2013


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