Daughters of the American Revolution
Harrison Colony Chapter
Organized April 18, 1970
The first officers for the Harrison Colony Chapter were
elected on April 18, 1970, at a formal organizational meeting.
The name "Harrison Colony" was chosen as a colony in this area
and was settled in the early part of the 19th century. The local
Cherokee Indians were friendly, and the settlement was near a spring,
which is now in the center of the city of Harrison. There was ample
water and game which was essential to life. The Organizing Regent,
Mrs. Ruth Jackson, is a Harrison family descendent.
The Harrison Colony Chapter is proud to be a
Veterans History Project Partner
Please take a moment to click the icon below and visit the VHP Web site. Then Click on "How to Participate"
and "About Becoming a Partner" to view the guidelines.
Constitution Hall, Washington, DC
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