- Cathedral of the Pines
- Little Red School House
- Grave Cleaning
- Pine Street Cemetery
- Chapter Members
- Pier Bridge
- Three Generations of Chapter Members
- Corbin Bridge
Welcome to the Reprisal Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution!
Founded on November 7, 1896, by Lucy E. Nettleton Bradley, the Reprisal Chapter NSDAR is one of twenty-one chapters in the New Hampshire State Organization Daughters of the American Revolution.
Named for the USS Reprisal, the first vessel of the Continental Navy to reach European waters during the American Revolution, the chapter has owned and maintained the historic Little Red School House since 1951.
The Little Red School House, built in 1835 for District No. 7 in Newport, remained in operation until 1885. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Little Red School House hosts museum artifacts and an original black board. Maintained solely by the chapter, the Little Red School House has been open to the public on Saturdays in July and August since 1952 at no charge.
Do you have a Revolutionary War patriot in your family tree?
Over two hundred years ago, American patriots sacrificed their lives and fortunes for the freedoms we enjoy today. Your membership in DAR honors and preserves the legacy of your patriot ancestor.
Founded in 1890, the DAR is a genealogical society with a network of more than 185,000 members in 3,000 chapters. Committed to promoting patriotism, preserving American history, and securing America's future through better education, DAR is a dynamic service organization for women age 18 and over. Click here for detailed information on DAR membership.
We invite you to use the links above to learn more about the Reprisal Chapter NSDAR. Use the membership link to begin the process of becoming a member of our chapter.
The Reprisal Chapter NSDAR is a proud Commemorative Partner of the Vietnam War Commemoration.
To learn more about the Vietnam War Commemoration, click here.