The California State Society
Daughters of the American Colonists
The National Society of DAC has nine chapters in California. If you think you have an ancestor who qualifies and would like to join our organization, contact one of the chapters below. Each chapter has a registrar who is a good genealogist, and is prepared to help any applicant with her membership application. Select California map which shows the locations of our chapters. More information about each chapter can be found by navigating to "CSSDAC Chapters". If you are interested in starting a NEW chapter in an area without a DAC presence, please contact the State Regent. State Officers can be found using the navigation bar.
Click on an acorn to contact a chapter for more information.
Chapter Name - Location
Hannah Hatch - Anaheim
Torrey Pines - La Jolla
John Jenney - Sacramento
San Francisco Bay - San Francisco
San Jose de Guadalupe - San Jose
Santa Barbara - Santa Barbara
Stockton - Stockton
Cahuenga - Van Nuys
Widow Elizabeth Hutchins Curtiss - Wildomar
The Object of our Society is Patriotic, Historical and Educational. In an effort to reach these goals, California chapters and members locate and mark locally historic places. To view locations of these historic markers, select Sites Marked.
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