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Mus-Quo-Ta Chapter DAR
Muscatine, Iowa

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Welcome to Mus-Quo-Ta Chapter

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) is a non-profit, non-political, volunteer women's service organization. The Mus-Quo-Ta Chapter was organized October 14, 1977, in Muscatine, Iowa.  Our chapter name Mus-Quo-Ta is a word derived from the language of the Muscoutin Indians who once inhabited this area. The word means "prairie"; and in combination with the French term of "tine," it became the first spelling of our city's name of "Musquitine," later spelled "Muscatine."

museum exhibit
The chapter has placed a display in the Muscatine Art Museum to celebrate the 125th anniversary of DAR.


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