Daughters of the American Revolution
Independence County Chapter
Organized October 14, 1977
Independence County Chapter was organized October 14, 1977.
"Independence County" was chosen as the chapter name because it is the only county in the United States with that name. The county, ninth in the state, was established by the Arkansas Territorial Legislature meeting at Arkansas Post on October 20, 1820. Independence County was named after the Declaration of Independence. It was said to have been settled by pioneers as independent as the Declaration!
Voted one of the 100 best small towns in the US
|REGENT||Anne Griffin Moore
||VICE REGENT|| Cecilia Joyner Baker
||SECRETARY|| Dora Kate Taylor Lee
||TREASURER|| Mary Cooper Miller
||REGISTRAR|| Carolyn McClure
||CHAPLAIN|| Dollie Frazier Fike
||HISTORIAN||Jean Rutherford Crouch
||LIBRARIAN|| Stephanie Lawrence Labert
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