Branches of the Sons of the American Revolution are located throughout the United States of America and in some international locations. Some states have local chapters as well.

This section is divided into three sections: State Society Web Sites, Regional Districts, and International Societies. Please visit the location of your choice for further information.

State Society Web Sites

Alaska
http://www.sar.org/akssar/
 
Alabama
http://www.alssar.org/
 
Arkansas
http://www.geocit= ies.com/Heartland/Hollow/8048/
 
Arizona
http://www.sar.org/azssar/
 
California
http://www.sar.org/cassar/
 
Colorado
http://www.cossar.org/
 
Connecticut
http://www.ctssar.org/
 
District of Columbia
http://www.sar.org/dcssar/
 
Delaware
http://www.sar.org/dessar/default.htm
 
Florida
http://www.flssar.org/
 
Georgia
http://www.georgiasocietysar.org/

 

Hawaii
http://www.hawaiisar.org
 
Idaho
(No web site)
 
Iowa
http://www.sar.org/iassar/iowapage.htm
 
Illinois
http://www.sar.org/ilssar/
 
Indiana
http://www.inssar.org/
 
Kansas
http://www.ksssar.org/
 
Kentucky
http://home.insightbb.com/~kyssar/index.html
 
Louisiana
http://www.sar.org/lassar/in= dex.html
 
Maine
http://www.messar.org/
 
Maryland
http://www.sar.org/mdssar/
 
Massachusetts
http://www.massar.org/
 
Michigan
http://www.sar.org/missar/
 
Missouri
http://www.rootsweb.com/~mossar/=
 
Mississippi
http://www.sar.org/msssar/
 
Montana
http://www.sar.org/mtssar/

 

State Societies A - M || State Societies N - W || Regional District & International Societies


 

“As a boy, I have frequently wandered over the hills at Valley Forge on which were encamped the army of Washington during that memorable winter of 1777-78, one of the darkest periods of our nations historymy imagination has again peopled those fields and chestnut groves with that ragged collection of barefooted men whose bloody tracks in the snow attested their devotion to the cause of freedom...”

 
     
 
~ Dr. J. Scott, U.S. Consul, American Legation, Honolulu
Source: Anniversary of American Independence. The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Honolulu: July 9, 1870.