Category Archives: National SAR Events

National SAR Conference – Savanah GA – Color Guard

Now here is a Color Guard fitting of the National Conference Sons of the American Revolution. This photo was shared from the 2022 National Conference in Savannah Georgia. You can also see this on Facebook for a better quality view … Continue reading

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SAR – Genealogical Research Library – it is there for you to explore!

Cincinnati members are blessed by having the National Headquarters for the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) in downtown Louisville Kentucky. Located downtown in an area called “Museum Row”, in a beautiful building lies the national SAR headquarters as well … Continue reading

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History of the Sons of the American Revolution – video

Cincinnati SAR members – please take a look at the YouTube video below which provides a film about the history of our National Chapter. Background: On April 30, 1889, descendants of those Patriots who fought in the American Revolution came … Continue reading

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Liberty Tree – from Boston to Ohio

The Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution are in process of planting liberty trees around the State of Ohio.  There are 21 “Liberty Trees” growing today in New Hampshire to be transplanted around Ohio in the spring … Continue reading

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Birthday Parade and Celebration – President William Henry Harrison – 247 years

Cincinnati Chapter, Ohio Society, Sons of the American Revolution Participated in the 250th Birthday Presentation of President William Henry Harrison February 11th, 2022. On Friday, February 1, 2022 of the Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (CCSAR) … Continue reading

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Wreaths Across America (WAA) – Ohio Veterans Home – Georgetown OH

Representatives from the Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution CCSAR participated at the Ohio Veterans Home in Georgetown Ohio to celebrate Wreaths Across America.

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Wreaths Across America – Cincinnati SAR Participates and honors fallen heroes in three area cemetery locations

Wreaths Across America – Cincinnati Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (CCSAR) participated in wreath laying ceremonies in three area cemetery locations including: 1. Spring Grove Cemetery – Cincinnati, OH 2. Greenwood Cemetery – Hamilton, OH & 3. … Continue reading

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Last battle of the American Revolution is fought

On this day in history, November 10, 1782, the last battle of the American Revolution is fought as American militiamen attacked Shawnee villages near Chillicothe, Ohio in retaliation for attacks by Loyalists and Indians against Sandusky, Ohio, Lexington, Kentucky and … Continue reading

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The Ohio Society and The National Society SAR Honor the Winners of the 2020 Tom and Betty Lawrence American History Teacher Contest

This past Saturday, 8 May 2021, at the 132nd Annual Conference of the Ohio Society, we had the privilege of honoring two young ladies engaged in teaching our youngest citizens about the wonderful land they call home! Mrs. Julie Flack, … Continue reading

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May 16, 1771: The Battle of Alamance, NC

As we approach the Semiquincentennial (250th) Anniversary of the American Revolution it is important to remember the events that led up to it.  The Battle of Alamance, NC is often omitted from history books because it was not necessarily a … Continue reading

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