A Dazzling Daughter is a woman who was (or is) a member of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, and made their mark on history. They were outstanding in whatever field it is they chose to partake in, and as a member of NSDAR myself, I feel so privileged to be able to share these stories with you. Who knows, maybe someday I'll be a Dazzling Daughter myself!
PS, also included are the women who have a DAR chapter named after them. In those cases the woman in question was not a member of DAR but has been honored by the ladies of the organization instead.
- Alice Paul, Women's Suffrage Advocate
- Barbara Bush, Former First Lady of the United States
- Clara Barton, Union Battlefield Nurse and Founder of the American Red Cross
- Eleanor Roosevelt, the Longest Serving First Lady in United States History
- Emily Geiger, Revolutionary War Civilian Volunteer (not a DAR Member, but has a Chapter named for her)
- Emily Warren Roebling, Engineer Noted for Her Work in Completing the Brooklyn Bridge
- Gertrude Carraway, Former President General of Whom the Society Owes So Much
- Rear Admiral Grace Hopper, Computer Programmer Who Served in the US Navy for Over Thirty Years
- Harriet Taylor Upton, Women's Suffrage Advocate, Political Icon, Dazzling Daughter, Need I Go On...
- Jessie Fremont, Author & Wife of John C Fremont
- Joan Whitney-Payson, The First Majority Shareholder of the New York Mets, Socialite, and Businesswoman
- Julia Grant, Former First Lady of the United States
- Laura Bush, Former First Lady of the United States
- Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, The First Woman in US History to be Awarded the Medal of Honor
- Nancy Reagan, Former First Lady of the United States
- Nancy Ward, The Last Beloved Woman of the Cherokee (Has a Chapter Named After Her)
- Phyllis Schlafly, Conservative Advocate
- Rosalynn Carter, Former First Lady of the United States of America
- Dr. Susan Anderson, One of the First Female Doctors in Colorado (Not an Actual DAR Member, but There is a Chapter Named After Her in the Colorado State Society so Consider Her an Honorable Mention)
- Susan B Anthony, Leader in the United States' Women's Suffrage Fight