Black Beaver Chapter

Norman, Oklahoma

The Black Beaver Chapter was established in Norman, Oklahoma in 1914 by organizing regent, Mrs. Malvina Bowling Glen. The name of the chapter was selected to honor Black Beaver, a Delaware Indian. He was an exceptional scout and trapper renowned for his assistance to fellow Native Americans, settlers and the United States Government.

Click here to learn more about Captain Black Beaver.

Come visit a monthly meeting and learn more about the NSDAR and the Norman Black Beaver Chapter. The Chapter meets from 2:00 to 4:00 P.M. on the first Tuesday of the month -- October through April.

Chapter Officers

Sarah Pool,  Regent

Mary A "Sue" McClure, Vice-Regent

Laura Weiss, Chaplain

Rebecca Hardwick, Recording Secretary

Patty Somade, Corresponding Secretary Secretary

Pamela Seapy,  Treasurer

Christina McCurtain, Registrar

Patty Somade Historian

Martha Wear, Librarian

Darlene Shawn, Parliamentarian

Sara Pool, Volunteer Information Specialist

 

 

Please contact us for more information and visit us at an upcoming meeting!

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Go to the Oklahoma State DAR Website.

 

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Last updated 07/28/2012