Established 1889 – A historical, educational, and patriotic “lineage” society comprised of male descendants of patriots who supported the cause of American Independence 1774-1783.

Upcoming Events

Feb
15
Tue
19:00 Daniel Guthrie Chapter Meeting @ Free Methodist Church
Daniel Guthrie Chapter Meeting @ Free Methodist Church
Feb 15 @ 19:00 – 20:30
Meal begins at 6 PM Business Meeting begins at 7 PM
Feb
16
Wed
19:00 Clarence A. Cook Chapter Meeting @ MCL Castleton
Clarence A. Cook Chapter Meeting @ MCL Castleton
Feb 16 @ 19:00 – 20:00
The Clarence A. Cook Chapter will hold its quarterly meeting at MCL[...]
Feb
19
Sat
01:30 George Rogers Clark Chapter Meeting @ St. Francis Xavier Parish Center
George Rogers Clark Chapter Meeting @ St. Francis Xavier Parish Center
Feb 19 @ 01:30 – 03:00
Wives, guests, prospective members, and visitors are always welcome to attend our[...]

Indiana During the American Revolution

Ball State University, through their Immersive Learning Project, in partnership with The Indiana Society, has created dramatic video presentations about three Indiana Territory settlers (Squire Boone, George Mason and Francois Busseron) and their contributions to the American Revolution.

The primary waterway between Lake Erie and the Mississippi River is through what has been called the “Glorious Gate.” The Maumee-Wabash sluiceway connected the most direct waterways from Quebec and Montreal to French settlements in the lower Wabash, Illinois and Mississippi areas. This route opened up new areas, rich in game, and being further south the route was more temperate than the four or five portages farther north in Canada and Wisconsin. Except for a nine mile portage at present day Fort Wayne, travelers, explorers, trappers, tradesmen and armies could traverse the entire distance by water. The portage was a “toll road” defended by the Miami Indians. …READ MORE