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This course provides an introduction to Genealogical Research skills with an emphasis on locating genealogical documentation; identifying specific pieces of genealogical evidence; and evaluating evidence within the context of the criteria required for DAR applications and supplemental applications.

The $125 registration fee allows you 90 days of access to the course materials, including interactive lessons, handouts and forums.  Keep in mind that you must also achieve passing scores on the quiz for each lesson to be able to progress through the course.


This course will provide you with the information needed to successfully prepare a DAR application or supplemental application including: the skills needed to analyze the lineage documentation that you have collected, identify acceptable types and sources of Revolutionary War service, and prepare the application and the documentation according to current DAR procedures for the submission of applications and supplemental applications.

The $125 registration fee allows you 90 days of access to the course materials, including interactive lessons, handouts and forums.  Keep in mind that you must also achieve passing scores on the quiz for each lesson to be able to progress through the course.


This course will provide you with the information needed to successfully prepare a DAR application or supplemental application including: the skills needed to analyze the lineage documentation that you have collected, identify acceptable types and sources of Revolutionary War service, and prepare the application and the documentation according to current DAR procedures for the submission of applications and supplemental applications.

The $150 registration fee allows you 90 days of access to the course materials, including interactive lessons, handouts and forums.  Keep in mind that you must also achieve passing scores on the quiz for each lesson to be able to progress through the course.

 

 

Welcome to the DAR Genealogical Education Program.  DNA and the DAR: Using DNA as a Piece of the Evidence for a DAR Application, will provide you with the current policy, guidelines and procedures for submitting DNA evidence as part of the documentation for a DAR application. 

This course is specifically focused on the current requirements for using DNA evidence for a DAR application.  If you need more general information about using DNA evidence for genealogical research (not directly related to DAR applications or supplementals), you may wish to refer to some of the other instructional materials that are available for this topic. 

The $100 registration fee allows you 90 days of access to the course materials, including interactive lessons, handouts and forums.  Keep in mind that you must also achieve passing scores on the quiz for each lesson to be able to progress through the course.

This program is available to selected members who have completed GEP 3.