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Mahoning Chapter, Youngstown, Ohio
Daughters of the American Revolution
Founded April 18, 1893
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The Mahoning Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, was organized April 18. 1893, by Mrs. Rachel Wick Taylor, who, on that memorable occasion met with a little group of women in the H. K. Wick log cabin in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio. The log cabin was on the site of the land purchased by Caleb Baldwin, a soldier of the Revolutionary War and one of the first settlers of Youngstown. The cabin was built by his descendant H. K. Wick. Like all pioneer movements, there were many difficulties to be met, but through the capable management and foresightedness of the founder, the Mahoning Chapter was accepted as the second chapter organized in the state, and the sixty-fourth in the national organization. A charter was granted February 10, 1894.

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Our Location

The Mahoning Chapter meets in Canfield, Ohio. Members come from the surrounding Austintown, Boardman, Canfield, Columbiana, Girard, Hubbard, New Middletown, New Springfield, and Youngstown areas.

Our Meetings

Our meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month with the exception of January, July and August beginning in September of each year.

Contact Us

Interested in membership in the DAR? Please feel free to contact us via e-mail.


Links

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Ohio Society NSDAR




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