Military Order of the Stars and Bars: Organization of collateral male descendants of Confederate commissioned officers and of any elected or appointed member of the executive branch of the Confederate government. Staff and committee information, constitution and membership guidelines, publications, and program descriptions

National Society Children of the American Revolution (N.S.C.A.R.): News and information on genealogical society for young descendants of American Revolution veterans

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR): Non-profit, women's organization for the descendants of individuals who aided in achieving American independence. Engaged in historic preservation and promotion of education and patriotic endeavor. Links to state societies and local chapters, membership requirements, events, DAR Museum, DAR Genealogical Library, national officers, and CAR and SAR organizations. Headquarters located in Washington, DC

National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution: Fraternal society organized in 1889 for the male lineal descendants of patriots who served to promote the goals of freedom and independence in the American Revolution. Provides history of the society, programs, state and local chapters, membership requirements, genealogy, and links

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War: Created in 1881 by the Grand Army of the Republic, the Congressionally chartered society preserves the memory of the American Civil War Union soldiers. Open to lineal male descendants of those Union soldiers and officers. Offers membership application, scholarships, upcoming events and programs, and related Civil War links

The General Society of Colonial Wars: Non-profit lineage society established in 1892 to perpetuate the memory of events in American Colonial History and of the people in military and civil positions who assisted in the establishment, defense and preservation of the American Colonies. Open to men aged 18 and over who are lineal blood descendants of those who served in a military and/or civil capacity in the American colonies from the time spanning the founding of Jamestown in 1607 to the Battle of Lexington in 1775. Provides listing of SCW state and international societies

The General Society, Sons of the Revolution: National fraternal society based upon direct lineage to a patriot who served in a military capacity or in a position that would have been considered treason to monarchy of Great Britain in promoting the cause of American independence during the American Revolution 1776-1783. Provides listing of state societies, programs, officers, and membership



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