Welcome to Our State Society

State Officers

Object of the National Society:

From the State Regent:

Welcome to the Tennessee State Society! We are a warm and welcoming Society and our members have traced their ancestral line back to men and women who served Colonial America before the American Revolution.

The object of our Society is Patriotic, Historical and Education. Our National President's Project for 2018-2021 is to provide funding for the design development phase of interpretive signage in three areas along Poplar Forest Parkway, which will serve as the new entrance road for Poplar Forest, Thomas Jefferson’s retreat near Lynchburg, Virginia. In addition, NSDAC will provide support necessary to complete the design, production, and printing of a new children’s book entitled Colonial Klaus in Thomas Jefferson’s House by Laura Macaluso.

To learn more about the National Society Daughters of the American Colonists, click on the NSDAC link, and to learn more about the National Society Children of American Colonists, click on the NSCAC link.

If you are interested in membership, please use the drop-down menu under Chapters to locate a chapter nearest you.

Cindy R. Waters, Tennessee State Regent

About the State Society

Organized:   March 8,1932, in Chattanooga by Mrs. William F. Stone
Section: Blue Ridge
Chapters: 8


State Regent

Upcoming Events

2021 State Assembly

March 4, 2021

Virtual Meeting

2021 General Assembly

April 2021