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A Strong Force of Ladies: Women, Politics, and Confederate Memorial Associations in Nineteenth-Century Raleigh

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This article examines how late 19th century Confederate memorial associations in Raleigh affected the commemoration of Confederate war dead. These organizations were created to found and care for permanent Confederate cemeteries, organize commemorative functions, and sponsor Confederate monuments. Women often provided the leadership of these associations, establishing themselves as capable of public leadership roles.
North Carolina Historical Review (NoCar F251 .N892), Vol. 77 Issue 4, Oct 2000, p455-491 , il, por, f