Welcome to the El Toyon Chapter, NSDAR
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In November 1900, a small group of Stockton women met to discuss the formation of a chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. As a result of the meeting, the El Toyon Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR), was organized with 26 members on January 9, 1901. On that day, the chapter met for the first time at Miller Memorial Hall, where Mrs. J. D. (Anna Foreman) Peters was elected El Toyon's first chapter regent. Today El Toyon Chapter is over 100 members strong, and we always have room for more. Have a look around our website and please contact us—we would love to meet you!