NSDAC members are descendants of a man or woman who rendered patriotic or civil service to the American Colonies prior to 4 July 1776. We are a friendly lineage society with members working to preserve our heritage and record our history for future generations. With over 5000 members and counting, National Society Daughters of the American Colonists is running as one of the largest and most extensive national societies in America. Our membership includes 3 Louisiana chapters and extends across 39 states.
We welcome prospective members!
Our members honor the brave who built the "Land of the Free" through:
1. Preserving historical landmarks
2. Promotion of heraldry and research
3. Support of charitable projects and education
The object of this society shall be Patriotic, Historical and Educational; to make research as to the history and deeds of the American Colonists, and to record and publish the same; to commemorate deeds of Colonial interest; to inculate and foster love of America and institutions by all its residents; to obey its laws and venerate its flag, the emblem of its power and civic righteousness.
Each member of our society does their part to make this society great. This includes being engaged in a reliable manner to local chapter events and to a certain extent state and national events. Each member of our society does their part to continue our good name and develop our great society.
We serve a vital role in our community helping organize fundraisers and community events, not only to promote the society, but to help our local communities in the most sincere ways.
Left to Right:
Dianne Lawrence, Vice Regent; Elizabeth Sewell, Regent; Pat Gallagher, Chaplin; Myra Tener, Recording/ Corresponding Secretary; Annette Carroll, Treasurer; Elaine Boston, Registrar; Carolyn Brown, Parliamentarian; Kim Morgan, Historian/Technology (not pictured)
Frances Jakes, National Honorary Vice President; Myra Tener, National Treasurer; Angela Hales, Honorary State Regent; Fritzi Martin, Honorary National President; Phyllis Best Jones, Honorary National President.
New Orleans, LA
Organized November 28, 1972
Organized January 17, 1979
Organized March 17, 1984
Baton Rouge, LA
State Regent Elizabeth Sewell and