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Mary Fell Stevenson Chapter NSDAR

National Society Daughters of the American Revolution

Kent, Black Diamond, Enumclaw & Maple Valley, Washington

Mary Fell Stevenson DAR is proud of our DAR President General Denise VanBuren and our State Regent Lanabeth Horgen (photos left and right).  Photo center: our members who attended our 2019 DAR State Conference.


On Saturday, February 8, 2014, the organizing members of Mary Fell Stevenson National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) met to complete their organizational procedure. The day coincided with National Board of Management in Washington, D.C. Our chapter chose the name of Mary Fell Stevenson in honor of the first woman settler in Enumclaw. Frank Stevenson and Mary Fell Stevenson were considered the father and mother of the city of Enumclaw, Washington, located midway between Seattle and Mount Rainier. The community had its beginning when, in 1885, the Northern Pacific Railroad accepted the Stevensons' gift of cleared, level land for a siding and routed its transcontinental railroad through their homestead. Over the years, they donated much of their land. (photo courtesy of Charlotte Abbott)

Please direct any membership inquiries to the chapter Registrar.

Meetings begin at 10 a.m. and are held on the second Saturday of the month at the Black Diamond Bakery, 32805 Railroad Ave, Black Diamond.  There no meetings in July and in August. Meeting locations change each
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This site last updated August 23, 2018.  
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