Colonel Hardy Murfree Chapter,

Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Photo Credit: Jason Ayers

God, Home, and Country

The Colonel Hardy Murfree Chapter, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR), is a non-political group of women located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Our objectives, along with those of all National Society chapters, are to further historic preservation, education, and patriotism through channels such as literacy, conservation, and service to America.

Historic Preservation

Historic Preservation begins in the present with both restoration and conservation efforts. From cemetery upkeep, museum visits, tree plantings, and river clean up days, future generations will enjoy the benefits.


Literacy forms the foundation of education. Partnerships with local schools providing books and educational programs, Little Libraries, Citizenship Classes, and book clubs further the love of learning.


Love of country leads to service of those that protect our rights and freedoms. Patriotism projects extend from active-service support, to VA partnerships, and programs such as Constitution Week to build support our great nation!

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We had a great Chapter Christmas party and celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party. New members were inducted, NSDAR Docent Karen Hudson presented a program on Christmas Songs of the Past and Robert (Hoot) Gibson played Christmas songs on the bagpipe. It was a fun evening. ... See MoreSee Less
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Congratulations to our own Sharon Elliott, national first place winner NSDAR American Heritage, for her quilt top in Fiber Arts category. Her creation commemorates the Trail of Tears. Way to go , Sharon ! ... See MoreSee Less

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