Welcome! We appreciate your interest in the Old Pueblo Chapter NSDAR. Our Tucson chapter welcomes all women, including many working and retired women. We meet on the second Saturday of each month, September through May, in central Tucson near Ft Lowell and Campbell. Our meetings run from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. We would like you to join us!
The Old Pueblo Chapter is named to honor Tucson, Arizona. The term “Old Pueblo” recalls the walled presidio of San Augustin del Tucson built by the Spanish settlers in 1775 as protection from the Apache. This nickname is now extended to the city itself. Our chapter was organized on February 7, 2004.
If interested in attending a chapter meeting or becoming a member, please contact us. We would love to speak with you about the benefits of membership.
An applicant for membership must be no less than 18 years of age. We have members to help you through the process. Documents should prove lineal, blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. Proof should be provided for each statement of birth, marriage, and death; this shall include the applicant's birth certificate naming her parents. This applies to "new ancestors" and to previously accepted lineages for which documentation was not required at the time of acceptance.
We are here to help you with the application process, including assistance with proving lineal heritage to your patriot, assisted through collaboration with the registrar from this chapter and national members. We welcome inquiries regarding membership in our chapter. Please contact our chapter registrar, for more information.
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