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The American Church Dictionary and Cycopedia
Daughters of the King
An organization of the young women of the Church, organized in 1885. A careful distinction should be made between the Daughters of the King and "The King's Daughters." This organization came into existence some time before The King's Daughters was organized, and it is to be noted that the Daughters of the King is more of an order than a Society and is distinctively a Church organization. The purpose of the Order is "for the Spread of Christ's Kingdom among young women," and "the active support of the plans of the Rector in whose parish the particular chapter may be located." Its badge is a cross of silver, a Greek cross fleury and its mottoes are, "Magnanimeter Crucem Sustine" and "For His Sake." Its colors are white and blue. The Order of the Daughters of the King is very similar to the Brotherhood of St. Andrew, and is designed to do for young women what the Brotherhood does for young men.
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Miller, William James. Entry for 'Daughters of the King'. The American Church Dictionary and Cyclopedia. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/acd/d/daughters-of-the-king.html. 1901.