Lineage Books:

One of the foremost objects of the organization is to search out and preserve records of the Founders and early settlers of our country. Lineage Books containing the colonial services of the ancestors and lines of descent of members of the organization are published for each 1,000 applications approved. The first lineage book contained numbers 1 to 1000, the second volume covered 1001 to 2000, and so forth. Currently, the 40th lineage book is in progress.


The DAC magazine, “The Colonial Courier”, is the official publication of the Society and is published three times a year. It contains articles relating to the activities of Chapters and State Societies, and of historical and genealogical interest. Copies are purchased by members and given to school, public, and university libraries.


A comprehensive National Yearbook is printed each year which includes the National and State Officers, Chapter Regents, National and Sectional Committee Chairmen, current National Bylaws, Annual reports by National Officers, and National Committee Chairmen, and State Regents.  Also included are the guidelines for processing applications, reinstatements, and transers; regulations for submitting annual reports; and instructions for ordering supplies and publications.

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