Tampa Chapter
National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution
Tampa, Florida
In the Heart of the Sunshine State, Tampa, Florida has a varied and interesting
history as a pirate haven, a cigar center, a military center for the Seminole Wars, a
center for Spanish, Asturian, Italian, and Cuban settlers, the departure point for
Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders, a tourist destination, a center for learning, a
financial center, an agricultural center that features strawberries and tomatoes, one
of the largest ports in the south, and the location of U. S. Central Command at
MacDill Air Force Base.
View of Downtown Tampa from the
famous Bayshore Boulevard,
the longest "sidewalk" in the world.
Sarah Hughes, Tampa Chapter Regent, 2015-2017
For Tampa Chapter Membership Information,
contact Registrar Beth Weems at
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Website last updated  10/8/2016
History of the Tampa Chapter

Membership Information

Patriot Ancestors of the Chapter

Officers of the Tampa Chapter

Activities planned for this year

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The PURPOSE of the DAR
To perpetuate the memory and the spirit of the men and women who achieved American

To promote, as an objective of primary importance, institutions for the general  diffusion of  

To cherish, maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom.

To foster true patriotism and love of country.

To aid in securing for mankind all the blessings of liberty.
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Regent's Message
The Tampa Chapter usually meets the second Saturday each month September to May at 10:30 AM except in March
Chapter Activities
Organizing Regent
Janie Pharr Moore
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