National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution
The Royal Auvergne Society - Paris, France

The Royal Auvergne Society is an affiliated member of the National Society of the Children of the American Revolution (N.S.C.A.R.).

Senior President: Hélène Dupuy-Guérin

Society President : Inès Dupuy-Guérin

Welcome to France!

The Royal Auvergne Society helps give our young members a sense of the deep and historic friendship between France and the United States, drawing on the many resources in the Paris area and enjoying the benefits of bicultural exchange. Activities range from visits to historic sites, to conferences on topical themes, to commemoration ceremonies of national historic events

Victory of Yorktown, Virginia – October 19, 1781
The decisive Battle of Yorktown, recognized as one of the most skillful military actions in history, marked the end of the War of Independence between the American colonies and England. 

The British General Cornwallis surrendered to the Commander-in-Chief of the American-French forces, General Washington, backed by General Rochambeau and Admiral de Grasse.

France was the first country to acknowledge American independence in 1778; then again, to recognize the United States of America as an independent nation when the Treaties of Paris and Versailles were signed in 1783.

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The C.A.R. insignia is the property of, and is copyrighted by, the National Society
of the Children of the American Revolution.






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