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General John A. Sutter Chapter

Sacramento, California



NSDAR MOTTO~ "God, Home, and Country" NSDAR Objectives ~Historic Preservation ~Promotion of Education ~Patriotic Endeavor

General John A. Sutter Chapter was named for John Augustus Sutter who received a military appointment and a large land grant of some 76 square miles from the Mexican government. He built Sutter's Fort on the mouth of the American River in 1839. The fort is famous for its association with the Donner Party, the California Gold Rush, and the formation of Sacramento. It is notable for its proximity to the end of the California and Siskiyou Trails for which it served as a waystation. Today, of the original fort, only the adobe and oak central two-story building remains. The fort's outer walls and rooms have been reconstructed.

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Chapter meetings are on the 3rd Saturday of each month September through May. We welcome any woman for membership who is over 18 years of age and is descended from a man or woman who aided in achieving American Independence during the period between April 19, 1775, and November 26, 1783. Most chapter members are from the Sacramento and surrounding areas, and local residency is not a requirement for membership in any chapter. If you would like to attend one of our meetings, please contact us.

Information on membership in the DAR can be found here.



General John A Sutter Chapter Officers

2012-2014

Regent: Susan Broderick

Vice Regent: Tracy Kipker

2nd Vice Regent: Gayle Ann Johnson

Chaplain: Pamela Hawkins

Secretary: Deborah Agee

Treasurer: June Epperly

Registrar: Joy Huskey

Historian/Librarian: Celeste Cox

Parliamentarian: TBD





More about our Chapter:

Chapter Chairmen/Chapter History

Past Regents /Our Patriots/Photograph Album Index

What we do as a Chapter/Why join the DAR?



Proudly supporting our President General

Mrs. Lynn Forney Young

The 2013-2016 National Theme is: “Honoring Our Heritage—Focusing on the Future—Celebrating America!”


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And our State Regent

Mrs. Debra Jamison

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