HISTORY

The Pemaquid Chapter was organized on 26 November 1932 with Jessie E. Clark (Mrs. Theodore L.) of Head Tide, Maine as its Organizing Regent. It was voted, on  18 March 1933, that ladies joining before  1 July 1933 would be Charter Members of the chapter. Over the ensuing years, Pemaquid Chapters members have been active in Daughters of the American Revolution serving the Maine State Organization as State Chairmen, State Officers, and State Regent, as well as of Chairmen and Members of National Committees.

 
HISTORICAL BUILDINGS MARKED

Waldoboro Church; Alna Meeting House; Walpole Meeting House; Wiscasset Church; Fort William Henry; Harrington Meeting House.

AN EXCITING DONATION

In 1957, Mrs. Chase, a chapter member, reported that a ship’s Thermometer had come into her possession. Said thermometer reportedly had been on the USS Constitution. After writing to the Boston Navy Yard, a man was sent to retrieve the instrument which is mounted on a wooden frame 31” long, the mercury is protected by a glass cylinder and the scale runs to 170. The Navy Yard authorities authenticated the thermometer and it was placed on the ship with a card reading “Presented by Pemaquid Chapter DAR, Lincoln County, Maine”

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