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The Eel River Valley Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, was organized on October 12, 1991. This chapter was one of three California chapters confirmed on the last day of the National Society's centennial year.

According to historians, the Eel River Valley played a great part in the lives of the early California settlers and mill owners. Salmon and other fish were plentiful and occasionally stopped the fording of the river by horses. The river was used for rafting logs from Shively to Scotia and Fortuna. This colorful history prompted the name of Eel River Valley Chapter, NSDAR.

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