Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Library

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The DAR Library has an extensive collection of records about Revolutionary War soldiers and their families. It has also contains many other historical and genealogical records.

The collections include:

  • DAR Library file with over 300,000 folders containing Bible records, family studies, pamphlets, and research notes
  • Over 15,000 typescript volumes of unpublished compilations of Bible, cemetery, family, vital, county, town, church, and military records since the late 1910s, many of which are not available elsewhere
  • Revolutionary War Pension Index
  • American Indian Collection with historical and genealogical information on first peoples across the United States
  • American Women's History Collection
  • National Huguenot Society (NHS) Collection with over 500 volumes about the French Protestants in the settlement and growth of the American colonies and the United States and on their European backgrounds
  • United States Ephemera Collection with pamphlets, booklets, newspaper clippings, typescripts, and manuscripts covering all areas of the U.S.
  • W.P.A. Collection with inventories of federal records in the states, calendars of manuscript collections, guides to the records of religious bodies, and indices to newspapers.
  • Records about Forgotten Patriots (African American and American Indian patriots of the American Revolution)

How to Access the DAR Library Records:

Contact the Daughters of the American Revolution Library in Washington D.C.

Visit their website for more information.