The Daughters of the Republic of Texas is the oldest patriotic women’s organization in Texas and one of the oldest in the nation (photo taken in 1908).
French Legation Museum
The French Legation Museum in Austin is devoted to sharing the site’s past and rich cultural history of Texas with the public.
DRT Library Collection
The Daughters of The Republic of Texas Library is part of the Alamo complex in San Antonio, Texas.
Republic of Texas Museum
The Republic of Texas Museum is open to the public (photo by Katie Panico).
The J. B. Wells House, Gonzales
The J. B. Wells House was built in 1885.
The Cradle, Galveston
The Cradle is cherished as the place where the idea for The Daughters of the Republic of Texas was formulated.
The objectives of DRT are:
(1) To perpetuate the memory and spirit of the men and women who achieved and maintained the independence of Texas.
(2) To encourage historical research into the earliest records of Texas, especially those relating to the Revolution of 1835 and the events which followed; to foster the preservation of documents and relics; to encourage the publication of records of individual service of the soldiers and patriots of the Republic and other source material for the history of Texas.
(3) To promote the celebration of Texas Honor Days; to secure and memorialize historic spots by erecting markers thereon, and to cherish and preserve the unity of Texas, as achieved and established by the fathers and mothers of the Texas Revolution.
The Daughters Celebrate 125 Years
Join the Daughters of the Republic of Texas as they celebrate their 125th Anniversary on November 5, 2016 at the LBJ Ranch National Historical Park in Stonewall, Texas. The celebration is from 11am to 4pm. Tickets are $25 and will include food, entertainment and activities for all ages. **Call DRT Headquarters (512-339-1997) during normal business hours and ask for Susan to purchase tickets. Cash, check and credit cards will be accepted.