State Society Web Sites (continued)

North Carolina
http://www.ncssar.com/
 
North Dakota
http://www.sar.org/dkssar/
 
Nebraska
http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Oaks
/4173/NESSAR.htm

 
New Hampshire
http://www.nhssar.org/
 
New Jersey
http://www.sar.org/njssar/njssar.html
 
New Mexico
(No web site)
 
Nevada
http://sar.annetta.com/
 
New York
http://www.sar.org/esssar/
 
Ohio
http://www.sar.org/ohssar/ohssar.html
 
Oklahoma
http://www.geocities.com/heartland/park
/8391/Okssar.htm

 
Oregon
http://www.sar.org/orssar/
 

 

Pennsylvania
http://www.sar.org/passar/
 
Rhode Island
http://www.rhodeislandsar.org/
 
South Carolina
http://flashpages.prodigy.net/scssar/
 
South Dakota
http://www.sar.org/dkssar/
 
Tennessee
http://www.sar.org/tnssar/tnssar.htm
 
Texas
http://www.txssar.org/
 
Utah
(No web site )
 
Vermont
http://www.sar.org/vtssar/
 
Virginia
http://www.sar.org/vassar/
 
Washington
http://www.sar.org/wassar/index.htm/
 
West Virginia
http://www.sar.org/wvssar/
 
Wisconsin
http://www.wissar.org/
 
Wyoming
http://www.sar.org/wyssar/
 

 

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~ Rev. Samuel C. Damon, Seaman's Chaplain. The Americans' Goodly Heritage: A Thanksgiving Discourse. Fort Street Church, Honolulu: November 19, 1866. Source: The Friend: January 1867, Honolulu.