Native Daughters

The Order of the Native Daughters of the Golden West is a fraternal and patriotic organization founded on the principles of the ‘Love of Home’, ‘Devotion to the Flag’, Veneration of the Pioneers’, and ‘Faith in the Existence of God’.

The Native Daughters participate in various projects throughout the State, such as our Childrens Foundation, Veteran Welfare, Mission and Lighthouse Restoration, as well as local community activities.


For information about joining the Native Daughters of the Golden West contact  

Jean Hoffmann, 467-0194 or

Were you born in California?

Then maybe you would like to celebrate your heritage , get involved in your community, and become a member of the San Miguel Native Daughters or Native Sons.


San Miguel Native Daughters Parlor No. 94 was established in February 1897. They meet at the San Miguel Senior Center the second Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM.The San Miguel Parlor participates in the Sagebrush Parade, the Christmas Parade, and the Pioneer Day Parade are just some of the regular activities of both the Native Daughters and Native Sons.


The  upcoming Pioneer Ladies Tea that honors the Pioneer Women of our area is sponsored by the San Miguel Native Daughters Parlor.  The Father Reginald Park  close to the Mission is maintained by the San Miguel Native Sons.  They also help with Caledonia Days which is coming up soon.

The Order works to preserve California’s history, support of children who have special needs, provide scholarships, honor our veterans, participate in local community activities and service groups, support the preservation of our missions and lighthouses, and protect and preserve California’s natural resources.