Arizona Society Daughters of the American Revolution
Historical and Commemorative Markers
Arizona Historical and Commemorative Markers
Welcome to Arizona, where the sun shines nearly 300 days a year! Arizona is a land of natural wonders, fascinating history, and friendly people. It is also home to the Arizona State Society Daughters of the American Revolution (ASDAR), with its 41 chapters and over 3,000 members.
Since 1890, the mission of the DAR has been to promote historic preservation, education, and patriotism. For over a century, the ASDAR has been promoting historic preservation in Arizona by placing markers at historic sites or to commemorate people and events important to our state's history. The historic significance of each marker is explained on the marker pages below. Experience some of the fascinating history of Arizona on these pages. Or, better yet, venture out and find the markers for yourself using the helpful location information provided.
Do you have an idea for a historical or commemorative marker? Contact the ASDAR and let us know about it. You can learn about joining the DAR on ourMembership page.
Much of the marker history is based on One Hundred Year History of Daughters of the American Revolution in Arizona, 1900 - 2000. This work was authored by Arizona State Regent Beth Jordan Haynes and published by Honorary State Regent Elizabeth "Beth" Bugbee.
The content contained herein does not necessarily represent the position of NSDAR. Hyperlinks to other sites are not the responsibility of the NSDAR, the state organization, or individual DAR chapters.
Non‑stock photos complimentary from Arizona DAR Daughters.