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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: History of the Alabama Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy. Huntsville, Ala.: Strode. The Alabama Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy (ALUDC) was founded on Ma , by Sallie Jones of Camden, Wilcox purpose, like that of the national organization, was to preserve and honor the First White House of the Confederacy memory of the Confederate States of America and its soldiers who served in the Civil War. The United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) is an American hereditary association of Southern women established in in Nashville, stated purposes of the organization includes the commemoration of Confederate soldiers and the funding of the erection of memorials to these men. Many historians have described the organization's treatment of the Headquarters: Richmond, Virginia, U.S. The United Daughters of the Confederacy, a women’s group that was formed in , led the effort to revise Confederate history at the turn of the 20th : Coleman Lowndes.
The Kentucky Division United Daughters of the Confederacy brought home several awards during their Annual General Convention. One can not rest upon one's laurels in this day and time so we aim for results in preservation and education. “All the so-called “secrets of success” will not work unless you do.” – Unknown/5(2). Georgia division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) was formed on November 8, Initially, the UDC worked both to maintain the beliefs of the Lost Cause, a heroic interpretation of the Civil War () that allowed southerners to maintain their sense of honor, and to build monuments in honor of Confederate heroes. Its members also aimed to . The Alabama Division of The Children of the Confederacy® is an auxiliary organization of The United Daughters of the Confederacy® and has been holding conventions annually since In an effort to unite all Divisions of the CofC, the UDC founded a General organization, and it began holding General CofC conventions in , which have. Statement from the President General. – For Immediate Release: The United Daughters of the Confederacy appreciates the feelings of citizens across the country currently being expressed concerning Confederate memorial statues and monuments that were erected by our members in decades past.
History of the UDC. The General Organization of the United Daughters of the Confederacy was founded in Nashville, Tennessee, on Septem , by Mrs. Caroline Meriwether Goodlett of Tennessee as Founder and Mrs. Lucian H. (Anna Davenport) Raines of Georgia as Co- Founder. The UDC is the outgrowth of numerous ladies’ hospital. “It is the first and the only scholarly history of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and it certainly makes a case for the larger significance of the organization that other scholars will want to consider and to carry forward.”―American Historical Review “This book is brilliant.”―Society for U.S. Intellectual History/5(13). As a member of the Alabama Division United Daughters of the Confederacy, this Chapter has always given its full support to the Division to It hosted a reception at the Division Convention, was co-hostess for the Southern Regional Meeting and was hostess for the and Winter Board Meetings. Bethel Heroes Chapter No. (Rocky Mount, N.C.), 1 book Jessica Randolph Smith, 1 book Simpson, John A., 1 book United Daughters of the Confederacy. Albert Sidney Johnston Chapter (Ky.), 1 book United Daughters of the Confederacy, 1 book United Daughters of the Confederacy. Georgia Division., 1 book.