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A plea from the Daughters of the American revolution

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Published by Meyer-Rotier printing company in Milwaukee .
Written in English

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    LC ClassificationsJC346.Z3 D3
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    Pagination[11] p.
    Number of Pages11
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    Open LibraryOL26435730M
    LC Control Number13020594

      As summer winds down and families prepare for the new school year, DAR chapters are planning programs and Service to America community projects for the upcoming year. Our founders would be impressed with the number of community service hours we have already amassed this year. Chapters should plan for a service project for our National DAR Day of Service on October &nb.


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