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This Confederat monument is located in Anderson County, Anderson, South Carolina. The statue is of native Anderson County Confederate soldier William Wirt Humphreys. The statue was made to honor all Confederate soldiers from Anderson County and the…

Robert E. Lee
The Robert E. Lee Monumental Association was established in 1870 upon the Confederate general’s passing. Led by William Perkins as president, this group of New Orleans citizens, many of whom were Civil War veterans, assembled for the sole purpose of…

Florida's Tribute to Women of the Confederacy Monument
The idea of erecting a monument to the brave women of the Confederacy began at a reunion of the Florida Division of the United Conferederate Veterans (UCV) at Dignan Park in 1900. Not until 1909 did the UCV put their plans into action. They raised…

"At Ready" Monument
“At Ready,” also popularly referred to as “Johnny Reb,” is a Confederate soldier monument in front of the Albemarle County Courthouse in Charlottesville, Virginia. The statue was unveiled in 1909 by the City of Charlottesville and the United…

Camp Chase Cemetery in 1909
Camp Chase is a Confederate Cemetery created on farmland outside of Columbus, Ohio. It began as a training facility preparing Ohio volunteers for the battlefronts of the Civil War. The camp extended its operations to include thousands of Confederate…

Tennessee Monument to Confederate Women
The Women's monument was funded by the United Daughters of the Confederacy with the aid of their president Mary Lou Gordan White, the United Confederate Veterans, and approval by the Tennessee government. The idea for the monument came from letters…

Jefferson Davis Highway marker
Jefferson Davis Highway (JDH), named after the Confederacy’s first and only president from 1861-1865, was once meant to be a coast-to-coast highway from Arlington, Virginia to San Diego, California. Construction began in 1913 and was funded by the…

Montgomery Daughters of the Confederacy at the Old Soldiers Home
This archive contextualized how the Confederate Soldiers’ Home and Memorial Park at Mountain Creek, Alabama historically and contemporarily forwarded the Lost Cause narrative. However, the memorial as having been a soldiers’ home made its history a…

South Carolina Monument to the Confederate Dead
Erected in May 13th, 1879
Obelisk designed by Muldoon, Walker and Cobb
Designed by Carlo Nicoli
Inscription written by William Henry Trescot
Funded by the South Carolina Monument Association

Right outside of the South Carolina State House,…

Confederate Dead Monument
The Confederate Dead memorial in the cemetery at the University of Virginia is a large stone statue of a Confederate soldier designed by Caspar Buberl in 1893 as part of the movement to replace the temporary wooden markers with more permanent ones…
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