Fort Sullivan Chapter, NSDAR

Charleston, South Carolina

Fort Sullivan BW for web site

Our History


     The organizational meeting of the Fort Sullivan Chapter, NSDAR, was held on May 16, 1950.  

     The name Fort Sullivan was selected to commemorate the Battle of Sullivan's Island, which occurred on June 28, 1776.

     This battle would become the first decisive victory of the American Revolutionary War.

      The Fort Sullivan Chapter, NSDAR,  participates in an array of community activities supporting historic preservation, education, and patriotism.

     We honor Patriots who served in the American Revolutionary War which contributed to American freedom.



The original Fort Sullivan, now Fort Moultrie

Does your family tree have a Patriot 

who served in the American Revolutionary War ?

What is DAR ?

          National Society Daughters of the American Revolution        (NSDAR or DAR), is a women's volunteer service organization dedicated to promoting historic preservation, education and patriotism.  We are non-profit, non-policial organization while serving "God, home and country."  




        South Carolina State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (SCSSDAR) is composed of chapters from all areas of the state. 

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