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Our Society's headquarters is located at 127-133 West Main Street in Port Jerivs, New York. Fort Decker, a stone house built in 1760, and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the Society's museum. The Robert Kleinstuber House, which is located behind it, is the center of the Society's day-to-day activities and is the location of the Society's storage facilities.
Current articles and reports regarding these academies' work. The National Academies (the National Academy of Sciences, the National Academy of Engineering, the Institute of Medicine, and the National Research Council) serve as advisors to the U.S. in scientific, engineering and medical matters.
Society to foster exchange of knowledge of plant physiology and its role in the development and improvement of Malaysian agriculture in tandem with the global food crop production. The focus is on research, development, and applications of significance to science, economy, national policy and society.
A non-profit lineage society with membership open to any individual who can prove slave ancestry, without regard to sex, race, color, creed, or national origin, to perpetuate the memory of the slave ancestors in America and around the world. Offers information on the society, membership requirements, slavery database, events, contacts, and links. Based in Chicago, IL.
Category: Sons of the American Revolution
Fraternal society organized in 1889 for the male lineal descendants of patriots who served to promote the goals of freedom and independence in the American Revolution. Provides history of the society, programs, state and local chapters, membership requirements, genealogy, and links.