SACAJAWEA CHAPTER NSDAR SAMPLER LEGEND
Central Figure: Sacajawea (DAR) with Baptiste (C.A.R.) - guiding over the mountains.
Fawn: Young life, respect and conservation of nature.
Large Evergreen Tree: Symbolic of the Evergreen State (Washington).
Evergreen Tree: Reforestation. New Life from seeds of old (cones).
Hearts in Border: Love, symbol embodying the (x) sacrifices of many.
Young Evergreen Garland Border: The Evergreen State citizens working hand in hand for the preservation of their beautiful natural heritage. The light green tips symbolize new growth.
Rhododendrons and Goldfinches: The Washington State flower and bird.
1906-1982: Chapter Charter to the year the sampler was created.
Square with Cross: Freedom of religion within constitutional authority. This is an ancient Indian symbol too, with slightly different meaning, but representing the idealistic within the practical.
Motif (East to West) by DAR: Sea to shining sea.
Mountains: Rocks and rills.
Sun and Moon: Across the miles (DAR has chapters in all of the United States).