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I am sad that it has come to my attention that the Waxhaws Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, has experienced "automatic disbandment" from the National Society.
Waxhaws Chapter was organized in 1941 with Mrs. E. Lee Skipper as organizing regent.
Another regent, Mrs. Ben C. Hough Sr., was largely responsible for the establishment of Andrew Jackson State Park.
Many of the historic markers in Lancaster County are the result of work by the members.
Constitution Park at the corner of Main Street and Woodland Drive was dedicated by Waxhaws Chapter.
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