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General Marion's Brigade Chapter, NSDAR


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Date          Program                                                               

Sep. 8           Battle of Eutaw Springs                     Eutawville

Oct. 13           Patriotic Pollinator Garden                                   

Nov. 11        Veterans Day Ceremony                         

Dec. 1         Christmas Luncheon                           Finding Female Patriots


Jan.  12       American Revolution Exhibits              

Feb. 2        Tapping into your Roots

Feb. 27        Francis Marion  Memorial                 Marion's Tomb

Mar. 10       Veterans Photo Project                                      

Apr.  13       SC Artifacts                         Members Appreciation Day

May 4          Spring Luncheon


Remembering General Francis Marion.

The South Carolina State Senate passed a bill sponsored by the late Senator William C. Mescher that recognized February 27th as General Francis Marion Memorial Day. The bill was signed into law by South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford May 2, 2007. General Marion's Brigade Chapter of the South Carolina Daughters of the American Revolution presented a wreath at the tomb of Francis Marion in Pineville, SC. Marion was laid to rest on Belle Isle Plantation owned by his brother.


General Francis Marion Memorial Day
General Francis Marion died February 27, 1795.


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On May 21, 2008 we toured the SC Governor's Mansion, visited the SC Capitol Building, and enjoyed the SC Military Museum. We received a write-up in our local paper, The Berkeley Independent. Click on this link.

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Major Scott Bell of the South Carolina National Guard (SCNG) gave us the history of the National Guard in South Carolina on Nov. 8, 2008.  The SCNG has been around since the first settlers set foot on the shores of the Ashley River and founded Charles Towne in 1670. The SC militia was formed to protect the settlers. 

We enjoyed brunch at the St. Stephen History Room.

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