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Daughters of the American Revolution

Oneida Chapter
Utica, New York


                    Organized:  19 June 1893
                      Chartered:   25 July 1893
                   Incorporated:    25 November 1927

 Buildings  The City of Utica, the county seat of Oneida County, is surrounded by the beautiful rolling hills of the Mohawk Valley in the heart of New York State.  It is situated on the Mohawk River and the historic Erie Canal, 85 miles northwest of Albany, the state's capitol.  Utica today, a city of some 60,000 people, is known as the western gateway to the Adirondack Mountains.  One of Utica's most prominent attractions is the internationally acclaimed Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute Museum of Art.  The city is also known for its excellent educational, healthcare, and technical facilities.  

Historically, a settlement was established on the site of the present city in 1772, but was destroyed by the British and Indians during the American Revolution.  The first permanent settlement, established on the site of old Fort Schuyler, was developed as an industrial center after the opening of the Erie Canal in 1825.  Utica was incorporated as a Village in 1798 and as a City in 1832.          

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Welcome to the Oneida Chapter, NSDAR website.  In 1999, this 'award-winning' site was created and published by then 12-year-old Christopher Roy.  As a member and Past President of Fort Schuyler Society, N.S.C.A.R., Chris maintained and enhanced this website for over eight years.  In 2007,  he relinquished his position as technical webmaster to concentrate on his college studies.  Chris has since  graduated Magna Cum Laude with a BS Degree in Cyber Security from Utica College of Syracuse University - Class of 2009.  Oneida Chapter would like to extend their sincere appreciation and gratitude to Chris for his loyalty and expertise...and for opening our window to the world wide web.  Won't you join us?


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This web site was designed and created by Christopher R, Webmaster, and Florence Roy, Oneida Chapter Volunteer Information Specialist.

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Last Updated:  September 2014