A recently released Ancestry.com database,”North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000,” appears to contain digital images of most Daughters of the American Revolutionary War lineage books up through volume 152. This database appears to be digital images of a variety of “family histories” that have been converted from microfilm. It is possible to view the list of titles from the “drop down” menu, but the volumes appear to have been titled inconsistently and hence do not appear in strict order.
Ancestry.com also has a separate database of these lineage books (volumes 1-152) that has been on their site for some time. This database is textual in that the entire set of materials has been converted to text format.
Users of both these databases are reminded that DAR lineage books do contain errors. Pedigrees submitted in the early days of the society were not subjected to the amount of scrutiny that they are today. Like any published secondary source these materials should be used as clues and springboards to additional searches.