Native Daughters of the Golden West
543 Baker St
San Francisco, CA 94117-1405
The Native Daughters of the Golden West is an organization of California born women dedicated to the preservation of California history and the social and cultural development of their state. They support a variety of special projects such as the identification and creation of state historic monuments, restoration of the Missions, children’s welfare, educational scholarships, environmental issues, and the Roster of California Pioneers. The Native Daughters of the Golden West is a fraternal and patriotic organization founded on the principles of, Love of Home, Devotion to the Flag, Veneration of the Pioneers and Faith in the Existence of God.
Native Daughters of the Golden West resides in a Julia Morgan designed building
The historic mining city of Jackson, Amador County, has the honor of being the birthplace of the Order of Native Daughters of the Golden West.
Pursuant to a call issued by Lilly O. Reichling, about twenty young women met in Pioneer Hall on September 11, 1886. Miss Reichling explained that the object of the meeting was to form an Order of California-born women to be known as the Native Daughters of the Golden West.
San Francisco chapter is located on Baker Street in San Francisco
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