Kanoagoa Chapter Daughters of the American Colonists
Warren, Pennsylvania 16365
The family names in DAC:
Col. James Taylor
Steven Coerte VanVoorhees
Charles Webb Sr.
WHAT IS A DAUGHTER OF THE AMERICAN COLONISTS
She is a person who, first of all, shares the devotion to her country and the priniciples upon which it was founded, that inspired her ancestors. She is a person who believe that the gifts of the past, both spiritual and material, shoud be preserved, and who has deep concerns for the welfare of the nation's government and its people. THe object of the Society is Patriotic, Historical and Educational : to research the history and deeds of the American Colonists, and to record and publish them; to commenmorate deeds of colonial interest; to inculcate and foster love of the United States of America and its institutions by all its residents ; and to obey its laws and venerate its flag, the emblem of its power and civic righteousness.
Lillian Acomb Hunter Memorial Library was presented to the Warren Public Library in 1947. Mrs. Hunter was National President of the Daughters of the American Colonists from 1928-1931. The Memorial Library which contains many genelogical documents was presented by the Pennsylvania Society of the Daughters of the American Colonists. The plaque has recentely been restored by the Kanoagoa Chapter DAC and placed back in the reference section of the Warren Public Library.
Any lady 18 and older may contact Barbara Trisket , registrar, for information and a application. 814-836-5276 [email protected]
Pauline Rowland Sarvis receiving her 50 Year membership certificate on June 12, 2013.