Narragansett-Cooke-Gaspee Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR), is located in beautiful Narragansett, Rhode Island with over seventy active members. Our members are welcoming and enthusiastic. Throughout the years, Narragansett-Cooke-Gaspee has continued to support many community projects fulfilling the DAR’s mission of promoting historic preservation, education, and patriotism. We pick and choose what we can do as Daughters and it all comes together. We are a service organization and we love serving our community and country.

Chapter History: 1895

The Narragansett-Cooke-Gaspee Chapter, NSDAR, was founded on September 7, 1895. The organizing regent was Mrs. Annie M. Hunt and the chapter had fourteen members. Meetings were held in the Jury Room in the old Courthouse in Kingston, Rhode Island. In 1897, the chapter erected a monument honoring Major Ebenezer Adams, a local Revolutionary War hero. The Narragansett-Cooke-Gaspee Chapter, NSDAR, then merged with two existing chapters, Governor Nicholas Cooke Chapter, NSDAR, (organized on October 21, 1931) and the Gaspee Chapter, NSDAR, organized on January 11, 1892, in the “old room” of the Sabin Tavern (built in 1763). The Narragansett-Cooke-Gaspee Chapter, NSDAR is currently celebrating its 125th year!

Any woman 18 years or older, regardless of race, religion, or ethnic background, who can prove their lineage is eligible to join. If you are interested in becoming a member of the DAR or would like more information about joining this historic and vital organization contact us today email us.