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

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** The Margaret Gaston Chapter NSDAR meets at 3:30 PM the 1st Wednesday of every month from January through June and from September through December of each year.

Meet Our Chapter 				Officers

Our Chapter Officers

Meet our Chapter Officers of the Margaret Gaston Chapter NSDAR.

Mrs. Diane G. Weathers -
Chapter Regent

Mrs. Anna Gayle Lannom - Chaplain

Mrs. Anne Donnell - Chapter Vice Regent


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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. Learn more about Sandy and read "A HISTORY OF THE MCCLUNG MUSEUM".

Lebanon DAR Patriot of the Month


Albrittain Drake   Isaac Rankin  
James Lockhart Jr   Jesse Vawter   Joseph Martin  
Joseph Martin's portrait  

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