The History Of the United Daughters of the Confederacy

Under authority granted in convention assembled at Hot Sprints, Arkansas, 1925

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IN HONOR OF OUR CONFEDERATE FATHERS AND MOTHERS AS A HERITAGE TO OUR CHILDREN

 

The United Daughters of the Confederacy has completed a generation!  When, at the Hot Springs Convention in 1925 a committee was authorized to prepare this record of the achievement of the United Daughters of the Confederacy during the first generation, they were selected from a group who had served as Presidents-General, thus securing experience which could be used to the best advantage in such a endeavor.  The story of the activities and interests of the organization for the first thirty-five years has been told according to the subjects and not according to the administrations in order that the history may be a ready reference for present and future Daughters of the Confederacy. The purpose of this history is to help coming generations of Daughters of the Confederacy carry forward the work whose foundations had been laid with so much faith and courage by those pioneers who launched this living memorial to the Confederate Soldier.   The Authors

 

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