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The Santa Barbara Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) was organized November 30, 1912, under Organizing Regent, Mrs. Winfield B. Metcalf. The chapter merged with the Mission Canyon Chapter, NSDAR, on April 18, 1987.

The Mission Canyon Chapter, NSDAR, was organized on October 4, 1928. The name was chosen for the rustic canyon leading from Mission Santa Barbara along Mission Creek, past Chumash Indian artifacts and traces of the ancient irrigation system used by the Franciscan padres and the Spanish settlers.   The organizing regent was Mary E. Jameson. October 4, 2018, marked the 90th Anniversary of our chapter.

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