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  • Collection: Daughters Preserving Confederate Heritage

The Confederate Women of Arkansas Monument, sometimes called the "Mother of the South" memorial, created by Swiss sculptor J. Otto Schweizer, stands (as of 2020) a notation made as many Confederate monuments across the nation are being removed
The statue is made of bronze, marble and concrete. It is standing on a tall pedestal on the lawn of the Arkansas State Capitol in Little Rock. The statue depicts a mother, her daughter, young son saying goodbye to her older son who is joining his…

Confederate Memorial Fountain
The 101-year old granite United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC) Confederate Memorial Fountain was located on the tallest hill in Hill Park, in Helena, Montana. It resembles a lighthouse, due to Carsley’s inspiration by the Butt-Millett fountain in…

"The Lookout" Statue
An iron gate with the words Confederate Soldiers at the top is the entrance to a once Prisoner of War Camp turned cemetery. The Federal Government during the Civil War turned Johnson's Island into a prisoner of war camp, which held thousands of…

United Confederate Veterans Memorial
The United Confederate Veterans Memorial was a Confederate memorial located in Lake View Cemetery in Seattle, Washington. The memorial was erected by May Avery Wilkins, the president of the Robert E Lee Chapter of the United Daughters of the…

Silent Sam Unveiling, Postcard,1913.
The Confederate Monument, or “Silent Sam,” is a bronze statue created by John A. Wilson and sponsored by the United Daughters of Confederacy (UDC) and University of North Carolina (UNC) alumni, who paid for one-third and two-thirds of the total cost…

Appomattox (Statue)
The Appomattox (statue) was a bronze monument honoring Confederate soldiers who had died while fighting during the American Civil War. The name "Appomattox" refers to the Battle of Appomattox Court House, which resulted in the surrender of Robert E.…
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