All Wars Memorial
The Texas Daughters of the American Revolution (TXDAR) Plaza of Liberty was started by Texas State Regent Pamela Wright who erected the first three walls and the statue of Patrick Henry, and the current State Regent, Judy Ostler, who added three additional walls and the statue of George Washington. The Rio Grande Chapter requested a matching funds grant from National DAR for the addition of the history of World War I and bronze relief panels on three of the walls erected by TXDAR.
The Texas DAR Plaza of Liberty gives an overview of our country's struggle for independence and the formation of a new nation. DAR's objectives to perpetuate the memory and the spirit of the men and women who achieved American independence, promote the development of an enlightened public opinion, and foster patriotic citizenship coincide with the mission of the Veterans War Memorial Foundation of Texas to provide an educational, cultural, and historic facility to assist future generations, especially children to learn about the sacrifices of those who aided in the formation of their country, the value of their legacy, and the important lessons which must be learned from their sacrifices.
Patrick Henry Statue
Patrick Henry Walls of Honor
George Washington Statue (Picture)
DAR Dedication Pillar
DAR Chapters and Board Members: