Welcome to Yavapai Chapter
Prescott Valley, Arizona
National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
The Yavapai Chapter NSDAR organized in 1981, was named in honor of Yavapai County, Arizona. We serve the majority of Yavapai County. The chapter celebrated its thirty-fifth anniversary with a luncheon at the April 2016 meeting. A short history was given that included the names of some of the early members. Two members of our current chapter were also charter members of the original organization. In the summer of 2016, the regent worked with the National Society and obtained a copy of our charter. This was a great addition to our history; a tribute to the founders of our chapter; and, an inspiration to all our members.
Yavapai County was one of four original Arizona counties formed in 1864. It was named in honor of the Yavapai people. One interpretation of the word "Yavapai" is "People of the Sun."
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Updated on December 3, 2016
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