Fremont

Fremont Chapter Riverton, Wyoming Moving Forward Since 1976 T he National Board of Management officially confirmed the Fremont Chapter on January 30, 1976, with sixteen members. The chapter chose the name of Fremont in honor of John C. Fremont who was an American...

Fort Caspar

Fort Caspar Chapter Casper, Wyoming Keeping Traditions Since 1914   The Fort Caspar Chapter, NSDAR, was organized and approved by the National Society on September 25, 1914, with the first meeting being held on May 28, 1914. The chapter was originally named “Fort...

Elizabeth Ramsey

Elizabeth Ramsey Chapter Wheatland, Wyoming Training New Leaders Since 1925 The chapter is honored to bear the name of Elizabeth Ramsey, a young woman whose father and brothers served with General Washington at Valley Forge. Visiting them, she saw the need for...

Big Horn

Big Horn Chapter Cody, Wyoming moving forward  Since 2005 B ig Horn Chapter is located in the Big Horn Basin, in the Northwest corner of Wyoming. Big Horn Chapter is the youngest chapter in Wyoming. We celebrated our 15th anniversary on October 13, 2020. Members come...

Cheyenne

Cheyenne Chapter Cheyenne, Wyoming Building Teams Since 1900 M rs. Francis E. Warren, DAR State Regent of Wyoming in 1898, appointed Emily A. Patton to organize the Cheyenne Chapter. The chapter was organized on September 12, 1900, with 24 charter members. The chapter...