Daughters of the American Revolution   Margaret Gaston Chapter, Lebanon, TN

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** The Margaret Gaston Chapter of the TNDAR meets at 3:30 PM the 1st Wednesday of every month at First United Methodist Church Spain House from January through June and from September through December of each year.

Meet Our Chapter 				Officers

See our DAR Regents for the Margaret Gaston Chapter.

Our Chapter Officers

Meet our Chapter Officers of the Margaret Gaston Chapter of the TNDAR.

Ms. MM Farris -
Chapter Regent

Ms. MM Farris has been Chapter Regent Since 2010. She was previously the Chapter Vice Regent from 2009 thru 2010.

Mrs. Maria Koons Dunlap - Chapter Vice Regent

Maria Dunlap has been Chapter Vice Regent since 2007.


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Wilson County, Tennessee

Sandy- A prehistoric artifact found in the 1970's in TN About "Sandy," one of Tennessee's oldest native American Artifacts - AD 1,000 to 1,600

One of Tennessee's most spectacular prehistoric artifacts, popularly known as "Sandy," represents the earliest known creation of our region's Native American artisans. The artifact is a sculpted Mississippian period effigy (ca. A.D. 1250) from the Sellars Farm site in Wilson County, Tennessee. Sandy was found in 1938/39 and was purchased by the Frank H. McClung Museum at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville in 1940. For more information, see the links to the Sellars Farm State Archaeological Area.

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The Revolutionary War
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