History Of Our Chapter

Mary Fell Stevenson NSDAR was organized June 5, 2014, and on April 10, 2015, a charter was granted to the chapter by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR).   The founders chose the name Mary Fell Stevenson to honor the first woman to settle in the Enumclaw area in 1852.   Our Chapter is incredibly special, because we enjoy sewing colonial costumes, recognizing our young people for their educational efforts, assisting in the maintenance of our local cemetery, and working within our community (alongside community leaders) to make a difference.  

There were 12 organizing members, plus 10 charter members.  As of July 2022, we have 70 members.

 

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Our first meeting location was here at the Black Diamond Historical Museum  

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Photo used by permission of Jeannette Carroll, taken 2014 at Black Diamond Museum. Photo of charter members & visiting guests, Jan. 2014.

Photo used by permission by Jeannette Carroll, taken during Charter signing at Black Diamond Museum

Our Organizing & Charter Members + Patriots 2014-2015

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The content contained herein does not necessarily represent the position of the NSDAR. This site late updated 22 July 2022