National Society
Daughters of the American Revolution

Sioux Lookout-Ash Hollow Chapter
Established November 22, 1916
North Platte, Nebraska

The Sioux Lookout-Ash Hollow Chapter meets every second Thursday of the month from September through June.
For information on meetings, please email the contact below.

Our officers

The Sioux Lookout Statue now stands near the court house in North Platte.

Our Projects

Our charter hangs in the Lincoln County Historical museum in North Platte. We also have a log cabin that was purchased and restored by the chapter. The log cabin can be seen at the museum from June through September, along with many antiques and other items owned by the Sioux Lookout-Ash Hollow Chapter.


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Lincoln County Historical Museum

North Platte Canteen


To become a member you must be a woman at least eighteen years of age and be able to prove lineal, blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. Documentation is required for each statement of birth, marriage, and death. For further information please click on the link below or contact our members by e-mail.

Membership requirements

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Page created May 17, 2005 -  last updated September 7, 2012

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