THE CONNECTICUT SOCIETY OF THE
SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
Founded April 2, 1889, our purpose is to keep alive the memory of
men and women who fought or gave service for Independence in the American Revolutionary War.

Color Guard

Our Color Guard today works much in the same way as the militia did during the Revolutionary War. During the war there were militia groups spread out in all the towns and local communities, ready to be called to action at any time.

Today we rely on the Color Guards of our local Branches to act on the behalf of the state society.

The Color Guard annually participates in:

Patriot's Day Events, Lexington & Concord, MA.
Bunker Hill Day Ceremonies, Charlestown, MA.
Educational School Programs throughout the State.
Liberty Pole Dedications.
Patriot Grave Marking Ceremonies.
Parades and Celebrations.
Living History Encampments.
S.A.R., D.A.R., and C.A.R. Sponsored Events.

The Color Guards that represent us are:

The Connecticut Line and it's following detachments:

Eleventh Regiment of Connecticut Militia
General Wolcott's Brigade
Ninth Regiment of Connecticut Militia
Colonel Wadsworth’s Connecticut Regiment
Colonel Webb’s Seventh Connecticut Regiment

Branches are encouraged to start their own groups. Some are working on just that today. Color Guards are one of the best ways for our society to promote revolutionary history.

Most of the events listed on our happenings page are attended by Color Guard members.

 


Type the characters you see in the picture below.