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The Mitz-Khan-A-Khan Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (NSDAR or DAR) unveiled a 24" x 24" bronze marker of California Historical Landmark No. 310 that was placed on the front of Mission San Buenaventura on March 31, 2018.  Present were the Mitz-Khan-A-Khan Chapter, NSDAR, along with other statewide California DAR chapter members and Father Tom Elewaut, Pastor, at San Buenaventura Mission.

The Mitz-Khan-A-Khan Chapter, NSDAR, is located in Ventura, California, and was organized on February 20, 1931. Our name, Mitz-Khan-A-Khan, is named for the Chumash Native American village of the Mitsquanaqa'n, where the Mission San Buenaventura was founded.

Chapter Motto: Let us merit the pride of our forefathers as they merited our pride in them.



 Photo by Stephen Adams




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