Daughters of the American Revolution
Vivian Brooking Chapter
Mrs. M. L. Sigmon of Monticello, Honorary State Regent, gave the chapter financial backing for a charter. In appreciation, the
name Colonel Francis Vivian Brooking was the Chapter name chosen in honor of her own ancestor.
| Mary "Ima" Carpenter
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The Continental Army
* "The Continental Army was the unified command structure of the thirteen colonies fighting Great Britain during the American Revolutionary
War. The Army was created by a resolution of the Continental Congress on June 15, 1775. Most of the Continental Army was disbanded on
November 3, 1783, after the Treaty of Paris. A small residual force remained at West Point and some frontier outposts, until the Congress
created the United States Army by their resolution of June 3, 1783. However, the Army was not formally disbanded until
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