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United Daughters of the Confederacy Historical Markers

Markers erected by or related to the United Daughters of the Confederacy (UDC). UDC is an American hereditary association of Southern women established in 1894 in Nashville, Tennessee. The purpose of the organization includes the commemoration of Confederate soldiers and the funding of the erection of memorials to these men. It espouses Neo-Confederate pseudo-historic ideology.
 
Plaque located at entrance to this rebuilt school. image, Touch for more information
By Mark Hilton, December 17, 2013
Plaque located at entrance to this rebuilt school.
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1Alabama (Autauga County), Prattville — Sidney Lanier — Musician - Poet - Patriot - Seer
Beloved teacher of Prattville Academy 1867 • on this site • 1868 whose memory will be forever cherished by people of Prattville, Ala. whom he loved and servedMap (db m70820) HM
2Alabama (Autauga County), Prattville — The Prattville Dragoons
This boulder erected by The Merrill E. Pratt Chapter U.D.C. April 26, 1916, marks the spot where The Prattville Dragoons assembled in April, 1861, on the eve of their departure to the war, and is commemorative of their . . . Map (db m70819) HM WM
3Alabama (Baldwin County), Blakeley — Alabama
(front) In memory of the Alabama Confederate States of America Soldiers Sailors who served at Fort Blakeley Dedicated by Mobile Bay District United Daughters of the Confederacy 2010 (back) Chapters Bonnie . . . Map (db m87295) WM
4Alabama (Baldwin County), Gulf Shores — Camp Withers
Established in May 1862 near this location, Camp Withers served as a central point for coordinating picket duties, observing Federal maneuvers along the Alabama coast, and as a station for Alabama's Seventh Cavalry Regiment. It was named in honor of . . . Map (db m169012) HM
5Alabama (Barbour County), Eufaula — Confederate Hospital — 1861 - 1865
“Sanctuary for valiant and courageous men” Built for a river tavern 1836 Map (db m27986) HM
6Alabama (Barbour County), Midway — Fort Browder / 15th Alabama Infantry
Fort Browder Approximately one mile south-southwest of here stood Fort Browder, a small wooden fortification built in 1836 for protection in the last war with the Creek Indians and named for Isham Browder, a prominent local planter. In . . . Map (db m164549) HM
7Alabama (Bullock County), Midway — Confederate Memorial
Drill Ground of the Midway Guards 1860, later Company B 15th Alabama C.S.A. ordered to Richmond. Second Company 1861 assigned to Company C 45th Alabama C.S.A. ordered to Army of Tennessee. These and many later volunteers met the enemy in . . . Map (db m89636) HM
8Alabama (Butler County), Greenville — Confederate Park/Greenville City Hall-Site of Public School
Side 1 Confederate Park Confederate Park was created in 1897 as a joint effort of the Father Ryan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the City of Greenville, with First United Methodist Church providing the Park . . . Map (db m70749) HM
9Alabama (Butler County), Greenville — In Memory of Captain William Butler
A native of Virginia. Pioneer settler of Butler County for whom the county is named Massacred by the Indians near Butler Springs March 18, 1818Map (db m130049) HM
10Alabama (Butler County), Greenville — Our Confederate Dead
Front: Our Confederate Dead Back: To the memory of Butler Co's Confederate Soldiers West: Erected 1903 by the Father Ryan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. East: Dead, but his spirit breathes; Dead, . . . Map (db m70768) WM
11Alabama (Butler County), Greenville — Our Confederate Dead Monument
North side: Our Confederate Dead West side: Erected 1903 by the The Father Ryan Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy. South side: To the memory of Butler CO's . . . Map (db m130089) WM
12Alabama (Butler County), Greenville — Site of Confederate Hospital — 1861 – 1865
Title is textMap (db m130053) HM
13Alabama (Calhoun County), Anniston — Calhoun County World War I Memorial — 1917 - 1919
South side This tablet is erected in honor of the Soldiers and Sailors from Calhoun County Alabama who served in the Great World War 1917 - 1919 North side Calhoun . . . Map (db m106706) WM
14Alabama (Calhoun County), Anniston — The Birthplace of the “Gallant Pelham”
Major John Pelham C.S.A. Born September 14, 1838 at the home of his Grand Parents William McGehee and Elizabeth Clay McGehee Erected by Forney District U.D.C. May 5, 1937Map (db m36547) HM
15Alabama (Calhoun County), Jacksonville — Confederate Hospital
This Church was used for a Confederate Hospital During the War Between The States Erected by General John H. Forney Chapter U.D.C. Sept 27, 1937Map (db m36539) HM
16Alabama (Calhoun County), Jacksonville — General Leonidas Polk C.S.A.
Bishop of Louisiana Held service in this church 1864 Erected by General John H. Forney Chapter U.D.C. April 26, 1937Map (db m36535) HM
17Alabama (Calhoun County), Jacksonville — Pelham
Front: Maj. John Pelham born in Alexandria, Alabama killed at the battle of Kelly's Ford March 17, 1863 Front base: Pelham North side: Erected by the General John H. Forney Chapter U.D.C. Jacksonville, . . . Map (db m23588) HM
18Alabama (Chambers County), LaFayette — LaFayette Cemetery — Chambers County
LaFayette Cemetery, also known as Westview, began in 1934 with the death of Miss Sarah Gipson. Many early pioneers and veterans of East Alabama are buried here including Revolutionary War Patriot Capt. Alexander Dunn, Col. Charles McLemore, . . . Map (db m83263) HM
19Alabama (Cherokee County), Cedar Bluff — Gen. N.B. Forrest Captured Col. A.D. Streight
This marks the place where Gen. N.B. Forrest with 322 men captured Col. A.D. Streight with 1466 men May 3, 1863Map (db m12306) HM
20Alabama (Chilton County), Stanton — Memorial to Union Dead at Battle of Ebenezer Church
Memorial to Union Soldiers Lost at the Battle of Old Ebenezer Church April 1, 1865 Map (db m129770) WM
21Alabama (Cleburne County), Heflin — Cleburne County
Cleburne County was created December 6, 1866, and was named for Confederate Major General Patrick R. Cleburne. He was born March 17, 1828 in Ireland. He was the South's highest-ranking foreign-born officer and one of the best of any nationality. . . . Map (db m83273) HM
22Alabama (Cullman County), Cullman — UDC Confederate Memorial
. . . Map (db m101106) WM
23Alabama (Dale County), Ozark — Confederate Memorial
North Face Confederate Dead West Face In memory of the Dale County Confederate soldiers, who fought in the War Between the States from 1861 to '65. South Face These were men who, by the simple manhood of their lives, by their . . . Map (db m36564) HM
24Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Arsenal Place — 1862 CSA 1865
This memorial marks the site of the Arsenal, a unit of the Great Ordnance Works in Selma destroyed by the Union Army April 6, 1865. These ordnance works stood second only to those of Richmond in the manufacture of war materials for the . . . Map (db m37661) HM
25Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Defense of Selma Memorial
In Memoriam Here fell brave men in defense of their homes April 2, 1865. Col. William T. Minter Rev. Arthur M. Small Robert N. Philpot and other valiant soldiers “They fought and fell they served us well" Lest We . . . Map (db m83576) HM
26Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest Monument
Front Defender of Selma Wizard of the Saddle Untutored Genius The First With the Most This monument stands as testament of our perpetual devotion and respect for Lt. Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest CSA, . . . Map (db m92363) HM WM
27Alabama (Dallas County), Selma — Selma Navy Yard and Ordnance Works
This boulder marks the site of the Selma Navy Yard and the Ordnance Works destroyed by the Federals 1865This tablet is placed in honor of the memory of hundreds of faithful men who made these great works a base for war material for the entire . . . Map (db m37688) HM
28Alabama (Elmore County), Wetumpka — The Wetumpka Light Guard — 1861 - 1865
. . . Map (db m67948) WM
29Alabama (Elmore County), Wetumpka — Williams Lowndes Yancey
1940 One half mile from this site is the home of William Lowndes Yancey 1814-1863 American Statesman Southern Secession Leader Silver Tongued OratorMap (db m71550) HM
30Alabama (Etowah County), Gadsden — Emma Sansom Monument
In memory of the Gadsden Alabama girl heroine Emma Sansom, who when the bridge across Black Creek had been burned by the enemy, mounted behind Gen. Forest and showed him a ford where his command crossed. He pursued and captured that enemy and . . . Map (db m12297) HM
31Alabama (Henry County), Headland — Headland World War I Monument
South side To those who made the supreme sacrifice 1917 - World War - 1918 — Till the day breaks and the shadows flee away North side Erected by Headland Chapter, U.D.C. To the soldiers of the Confederacy . . . Map (db m71871) WM
32Alabama (Henry County), Headland — Henry County Confederate Memorial
To the glory of God and in memory of those boys who went from Henry County, Alabama to the battlefields of the Confederacy 1861-1865Map (db m71840) WM
33Alabama (Lamar County), Vernon — Lamar County Confederate Memorial
1861 — 1865 Lamar County's tribute to the men who wore the Confederate gray and were faithful to the causeMap (db m96850) WM
34Alabama (Lauderdale County), Florence — Soldier's Rest — -1862-
This area is the military cemetery for Confederate Soldiers. After an 1862 skirmish in the streets of Florence, it was used to bury casualties until the end of the Civil War. Many unknown Confederates and a few unknown Union soldiers rest here. . . . Map (db m28402) HM
35Alabama (Lee County), Opelika — Lee County Confederate Memorial — CSA    Comrades — 1861    1865 —
North side To Our Confederate Dead and Lee County Veterans West side "Nor Shall Your Glory Be Forgot, While Fame Her Record Keeps, Or Honor Points The Hallowed Spot, Where Valor Proudly Sleeps! Easts side . . . Map (db m176385) WM
36Alabama (Limestone County), Athens — Battle of Sulphur Creek Trestle Surrender Site
This stone marks the site of the surrender of Col. Wallace Campbell U.S.A. to Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest C.S.A. Sept. 24, 1864 Erected by N.B. Forrest Chapter Alabama Div. U.D.C. 1902 In commemoration of the triumph of their . . . Map (db m154212) HM WM
37Alabama (Limestone County), Athens — Confederate Circle
The Confederate Circle in Athens City Cemetery contains graves of over 50 soldiers killed in or around Athens during the WBTS, 8 unknown. Around 1898 ladies of the local UDC were working in the cemetery when bones, believed to be soldiers, were . . . Map (db m94159) HM
38Alabama (Limestone County), Athens — Limestone County Confederate Memorial
[Front] Confederate soldiers of Limestone County [Side] In memory of Limestone's sons This monument is erected by their survivors and Joseph E. Johnston Chapter U.D.C. 1909 [Side] Ennobled by . . . Map (db m156910) WM
39Alabama (Lowndes County), Lowndesboro — Our Confederate Soldiers — 1861   1865
In Honor of Our Confederate Soldiers 1861 1865 Jno Alexander • Wm. Alexander • Wm. H. Alexander • Ed Alexander • Capt. M.F. Bonham • Maj. Bright • Capt. T.B. Brown • Alberta Caffee • Irvin Crocheron • J.P. Caffee • Jim Crocheron • Jno. . . . Map (db m85472) WM
40Alabama (Macon County), Notasulga — Camp Watts — Named for Thomas H. Watts — CSA Attorney General (1862-63) and Alabama Governor (1863-65) —
The camp on this site served as a military hospital, a camp of conscription and instruction, a supply depot, and a cemetery during the War Between the States. At one time, there were hundreds of headstones and rocks marking the final resting place . . . Map (db m73529) HM
41Alabama (Macon County), Tuskegee — Macon County Confederate Monument
. . . Map (db m99680) WM
42Alabama (Madison County), Gurley — "Wildwood"
Home of Virginia Clay Clopton (1825-1915) Author and Social Leader who was known in Washington society as "The Belle of the Fifties" Whose first husband, Clement Claiborne Clay (1817-1882), was United States Senator from Alabama (1853-1861) and . . . Map (db m134092) HM
43Alabama (Madison County), Huntsville — Confederate Monument
Erected on November 21, 1905, a handsome monument was dedicated to the Confederate dead by the Virginia Clay Clopton Chapter #1107 United Daughters of the Confederacy of Huntsville, and was unveiled with proper ceremonies in which many veterans of . . . Map (db m27784) HM
44Alabama (Marengo County), Demopolis — Marengo County Confederate Monument
Our Confederate Dead 1861  CSA  1865 Map (db m120304) WM
45Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — Dexter Avenue — Formerly Market Street
This street was named to honor Andrew Dexter one of the founders of Montgomery Along this street moved the inaugural parade of Jefferson Davis when he took the oath of office as President of the Confederate States of America February 18, 1861 . . . Map (db m36589) HM
46Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — Janney Foundry Co. — 1844     1928
Munitions of war furnished by this foundry to the Confederate States of America 1861 — 1865Map (db m101746) HM
47Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — Jefferson Davis — June 3, 1808 - December 6, 1889 — Soldier Scholar Statesman —
A graduate of West Point Military Academy, he served the United States as Colonel of Mississippi Volunteers, Mexican War; member of House of Representatives, Senator, and as Secretary of War. Inaugurated President of the provisional government, . . . Map (db m155530) HM
48Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — Ladies Memorial Association
To the Ladies Memorial Association formed in this auditorium April 1866 for the purpose of ministering to the living Confederate soldier and to keep in remembrance his high principles and heroic deeds. . . . Map (db m71277) HM
49Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — The First Offices of the Confederate Government
Here were located The First Offices of The Confederate Government From Feb. 22, 1861 To May 21, 1861. Secondary marker This . . . Map (db m104718) HM
50Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — The Montgomery Theater
On a wall in this building, "The Montgomery Theater" Dan Emmett first inscribed the score of Dixie for his minstrel orchestra. H.F. Arnold arranged it for band music and used it at the inauguration of Jefferson Davis President of the Confederacy. . . . Map (db m36574) HM
51Alabama (Montgomery County), Montgomery — William Lowndes Yancey
In the house just north William Lowndes Yancey Statesman, Orator, Secessionist, Confederate Diplomatic Commissioner Died July 28, 1863Map (db m71364) HM
52Alabama (Morgan County), Decatur — Lest We Forget
Beneath this hallowed ground lay the remains of fifty-five Confederate soldiers. They gave their lives to establish southern independence, protect their homes, and preserve state's rights. These original headstones were placed in May 1903 by the Joe . . . Map (db m86509) HM
53Alabama (Morgan County), Decatur — Morgan County Confederate Memorial
Lest we forget This monument is erected to the memory of those who offered their lives for a just cause, the defense of states rights Confederate SoldiersMap (db m164879) WM
54Alabama (Perry County), Marion — Confederate 6-pounder Field Gun
This gun was cast at Tuscaloosa, Ala. in the early days of the Civil War. It was intended for local defense and was bought by private subscriptions through the efforts of Dr. O. L. Shivers, Sr. 1861 –––– . . . Map (db m116912) HM
55Alabama (Perry County), Marion — Nicola Marschall — 1829 - 1917
In honor of Nicola Marschall 1829 - 1917 Who designed at Marion Ala. The “Stars And Bars” First official flag adopted by “The Confederate States of America,” at Montgomery Ala., March 4, 1861; then . . . Map (db m70100) HM
56Alabama (Pike County), Troy — Confederate Memorial
North Side "Lest We Forget." This shaft is erected to honor and perpetuate the memory and valor of our Confederate Soldiers. West Side "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." South . . . Map (db m36567) HM
57Alabama (Russell County), Fort Mitchell — James Cantey
Near here was the home of Confederate Brigadier General James Cantey who arrived in 1849 to operate a plantation owned by his father. Prior to coming to Russell County he had practiced law at his birthplace, Camden, South Carolina, and had . . . Map (db m81715) HM
58Alabama (St. Clair County), Ashville — The Dean / Inzer House — Home of Lt. Col. / Judge John Washington Inzer
Greek revival antebellum home built by Moses Dean in 1852, acquired by John W. Inzer in 1866. Home occupied by Inzer family from 1866 to 1987. In July 1987 home and its contents, including extensive law library, deeded by family heirs to St. Clair . . . Map (db m28092) HM
59Alabama (Sumter County), Livingston — Sumter County Confederate Monument — 1861 - 1865
Our Confederate Heroes For listing of names on monument - see belowMap (db m92670) WM
60Alabama (Talladega County), Munford — A.J. Buttram Monument
A.J. Buttram Confederate Soldier Killed Here Apr. 23, 1865 During Croxton’s Raid Map (db m144904) HM WM
61Alabama (Talladega County), Munford — Battle of Munford
A.J. Buttram, killed in the Battle of Munford, was the last Confederate soldier killed east of the Mississippi. The monument in his memory was unveiled November 4, 1914, by the John Tyler Morgan UDC Chapter and rededicated in 2015 by the . . . Map (db m144902) HM
62Alabama (Tuscaloosa County), McCalla — Tannehill Furnaces
Tannehill Furnaces began as a small forge in 1830. During the War Between the States (1861-1865) these furnaces were a major supplier of iron and munitions for the Confederacy. When partially destroyed by Union troops on March 31, . . . Map (db m36926) HM
63Alabama (Tuscaloosa County), Tuscaloosa — Amelia Gayle Gorgas — 1826-1913
Daughter of John Gayle, Governor of Alabama. Wife of Josiah Gorgas, Brigadier General, C. S. A. Mother of William Crawford Gorgas, Surgeon General, U. S. A. Untiring nurse in Confederate Hospitals, 1861-1865. First Historian Alabama Division, . . . Map (db m33653) HM
64Alabama (Tuscaloosa County), Tuscaloosa — University of Alabama Civil War Memorial — 1861 - 1865
The University of Alabama gave to the Confederacy - 7 General Officers, 25 Colonels, 14 Lieutenant - Colonels, 21 Majors, 125 Captains, 273 Staff and other commissioned officers, 66 Non-Commissioned Officers and 294 Private Soldiers. Recognizing . . . Map (db m33654) HM
65Alabama (Walker County), Jasper — Confederate Monument
The Confederate Monument was erected on November 13, 1907 and dedicated May 2, 1908 by the Jasper Chapter No. 925 United Daughters of the Confederacy under the leadership of Elizabeth Cain Musgrove to honor the 1900 soldiers who served from Walker . . . Map (db m37222) HM
66Alabama (Washington County), Chatom — Washington County Confederate Memorial — ... Lest We Forget 1861 – 1865 — Our Confederate Ancestors —
Dedicated to the memory and honor of all the men who served in the Confederate States Armies from Washington County For these were men Whom power could not corrupt Whom death could not terrify Whom defeat could not dishonor. . . . Map (db m122738) WM
67Arizona (Maricopa County), Phoenix — Memorial to Arizona Confederate Troops
Memorial to Arizona Confederate Troops 1861 - 1865 United Daughters of the Confederacy 1961 "A Nation That Forgets its Past has no Future"Map (db m27400) HM
68Arizona (Pinal County), Picacho — Battle at Picacho — April 15, 1862
Dedicated to those Confederate frontiersmen who occupied Arizona Territory, C.S.A., created by President Jefferson Davis, February 14, 1862. Just two months later, ten of Capt. Sherod Hunter's Confederate Cavalrymen successfully defended Picacho . . . Map (db m73899) HM
69Arkansas (Benton County), Bentonville — Confederate Memorial
All 4 sides Confederate Side 1 To the Southern Soldiers Side 2 Their names are borne on honor's shield. Their record is with God. Side 3 They fought for home and fatherland. Side . . . Map (db m21242) HM
70Arkansas (Boone County), Harrison — Boone County WWI Monument
. . . Map (db m143891) WM
71Arkansas (Chicot County), Lake Village — Chicot County Confederate Monument — CSA — 1861 - 1865 —
Front (West side) "To the Confederate soldiers of Chicot County, the record of whose sublime self sacrifice and undying devotion is the proud heritage of a loyal posterity." Rear (East side)   We care not . . . Map (db m90255) WM
72Arkansas (Clark County), Arkadelphia — Clark County Confederate Memorial — C. S. A. — 1861 — 1865 —
East face When the last trumpet is sounded, may each one answer the roll call of the heavenly army. South face "The principles for which they fought live eternally." erected by the Harris Flanagin Chapter, . . . Map (db m121961) WM
73Arkansas (Crawford County), Van Buren — Crawford County War Memorial
On this lawn was erected our first Courthouse in 1841 and has been the scene for many events during the wars in which Crawford County boys fought. Mexican War, 1846. War Between the States, 1861-1865. Spanish American War, 1898. . . . Map (db m96859) WM
74Arkansas (Crawford County), Van Buren — Fairview Cemetery Confederate Memorial
Erected in memory of our Confederate soldiers from Ark., Tex., La., Mo., and Indian territory, who lost their lives in the Battles of Oak Hill, Elk Horn, and Prairie Grove.Map (db m96632) WM
75Arkansas (Crittenden County), Crawfordsville — Crawfordsville
Named for Adolphus Fountain Crawford Born Aug. 15, 1848 Died Feb. 21, 1876 Confederate soldier of Arkansas, he fought under Gen. Price.Map (db m116177) HM
76Arkansas (Crittenden County), Marion — Confederate Soldier's Memorial — 1861     1865
In memory of Crittenden County's Confederate soldiersMap (db m116361) WM
77Arkansas (Drew County), Monticello — 91 — Drew County Troops
(side 1) Sixteen Confederate companies were raised in Drew County during the Civil War. Two, the "Confederate Stars" and "Selma Rifles," joined the 3rd Arkansas Infantry and fought with the Army of Northern Virginia. Three, the "Cut-off . . . Map (db m85087) HM
78Arkansas (Grant County), Leola — Battle of Jenkins' Ferry
Erected in memory of the soldiers of the Confederacy, who gave their lives for the cause at the Battle of Jenkins Ferry, April 30, 1864, Dedicated September 19, 1928, by the James F. Fagan and Jenkins Ferry Chapters of the United Daughters of the . . . Map (db m37303) HM
79Arkansas (Lee County), Marianna — Lee County Confederate Monument — General Robert E. Lee —
South face  “Fidelis Fortissimus.” 1861 1865 Erected by D. G. Govan Chapter U. D. C. In loving memory, of Lee County's Confederate Soldiers. ______ "No braver bled for a brighter land . . . Map (db m117504) WM
80Arkansas (Lonoke County), Lonoke — Lonoke County Confederate Monument
West Side Below an image of two crossed flags and the dates 1861-1865 In memory of our Confederate Soldiers North Side Erected by the T.C. Hindman Chapter U.D.C. Lonoke, Ark. East Side Lonoke County commends the . . . Map (db m65714) WM
81Arkansas (Miller County), Rondo — 7 — Confederate Records Stored at Rondo
When Gen. Frederick Steele's Union army invaded southwest Arkansas in April 1864, threatening the Confederate state capital at Washington, Gov. Harris Flanagin moved the state archives to Rondo, where they were deposited in James Abraham's store. . . . Map (db m96022) HM
82Arkansas (Mississippi County), Osceola — Confederate Veterans of Mississippi County
1861 - 1865 In memory of the Confederate Veterans of Mississippi County erected A.D. 1934 United Daughters of the Confederacy Elliott Fletcher Chapter Bytheville ArkansasMap (db m36531) HM
83Arkansas (Ouachita County), Camden — To Our Confederate Women — 1861 - 1865
To the Confederate women Whose pious ministration To our wounded soldiers, Soothed the last hours of those Who died far from the objects Of their tenderest love; Whose domestic labors Contributed much to supply The wants of . . . Map (db m106934) HM WM
84Arkansas (Pulaski County), Little Rock — 150th Anniversary of the War Between the States
. . . Map (db m157597) WM
85Arkansas (Pulaski County), Little Rock — Arkansas State Capitol — 1836-1936
Arkansas State Capitol Built in 1836 The Ordinance of Secession was adopted here, May 6, 1861. This tablet placed by Memorial Chapter No. 48, United Daughters of the Confederacy, June 15, 1936, the one-hundredth birthday of this . . . Map (db m157495) HM
86Arkansas (Pulaski County), Little Rock — David Owen Dodd Memorial
David O. Dodd Arkansas Boy Martyr of the Confederacy Born Nov. 10, 1846 Executed Jan. 8, 1864 ”Aye, such was the love of the boy for his Southland, Such his endurance, his courage, his pride, That e'er he'd betray his own beloved band He . . . Map (db m157596) HM WM
87Arkansas (Pulaski County), Little Rock — In Loving Remembrance of the Confederate Women of Arkansas
Erected by the J.M. Keller Chapter, Daughters of the Confederacy Little Rock, Nov. 9, 1910. In Loving Remembrance of the Confederate Women of Arkansas. ”O dearly loved! Though ye have gone to other stars or spheres, we still have for you . . . Map (db m157555) WM
88Arkansas (Pulaski County), Little Rock — In Memory of David O. Dodd
In memory of David O. Dodd, the Boy Hero of the Confederacy, This marks the place of his execution. Jan. 8, 1864.Map (db m117237) HM
89Arkansas (Pulaski County), Little Rock — To the Honor and Memory of the Southern Soldiers
. . . Map (db m157498) WM
90Arkansas (Sebastian County), Fort Smith — Battle of Massard Prairie
On July 27, 1864 Confederates led by Gen. Richard M. Gano surprised an outpost of the Sixth Kansas Cavalry at nearby Caldwell's Place. The Federal force was routed with a loss of 25 killed and wounded, 127 prisoners and much equipment. The . . . Map (db m52566) HM
91Arkansas (Washington County), Fayetteville — First Confederate Company Organized in Washington County
Near this spot a flag was presented to the First Confederate Company organized in Washington County Co. E, 2nd Cavalry Reg’t Arkansas Volunteers Capt. T.J. Kelly May 1861Map (db m59902) HM
92Arkansas (Washington County), Prairie Grove — Battlefield Park
The original 10 acres of Battlefield Park were purchased in 1908 by the Prairie Grove chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and maintained by the U.D.C. for nearly 50 years as a memorial park. From 1886 to 1926 an annual reunion of . . . Map (db m35272) HM
93Arkansas (Washington County), Prairie Grove — Cumberland Presbyterian Church
Site of the first Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Used as a hospital during the battle of Prairie Grove 1862 marked by Prairie Grove Chapter U.D.C. 1930.Map (db m88394) HM
94Arkansas (Washington County), Prairie Grove — General Shaver's Headquarters
During the Battle of Prairie Grove Gen. Robt. G. Shaver established his head- quarters under this tree Dec. 7, 1862 This spot marked by U.D.C. June 20, 1932.Map (db m35332) HM
95Arkansas (Woodruff County), Cotton Plant — The Battle of Cache River or Cotton Plant
July 7, 1862, the 11th Wisconsin Infantry of the Federals, commanded by Colonel Hovey, met the Confederate Texas Cavalry commanded by General Rust at Hills Plantation and engaged in a bitter fight. The Battle of Cache River or Cotton Plant is . . . Map (db m116454) HM
96Arkansas (Yell County), Dardenelle — Dardanelle Confederate Monument — 1861    1865
To the Confederate Soldiers of Yell County in appreciation of their splendid valor and loyalty, this monument is erected.Map (db m170335) WM
97Arkansas (Yell County), Dardenelle — Jefferson Davis Highway
This highway, one of the earliest military roads in Arkansas, was named in honor of Jefferson Davis President of the Confederacy by act of the General Assembly of 1925.Map (db m170336) HM
98California (Kern County), Lebec — Camel Trail Terminus — Fort Tejon
Jefferson Davis, “Father of National Highways,” as Secretary of War 1853-57 sponsored the importation of 33 camels for transporting military supplies to the west coast. The camel trail survey ran from San Antonio, Texas to Fort Tejon . . . Map (db m32823) HM
99California (Monterey County), Monterey — The Great Seal of the State of California
The Great Seal of the State of California designed by Major Robert Selden Garnett, U.S. Army, and adopted by the Constitutional Convention of 1849 at Monterey. Commissioned a Brigadier General in the Confederate States Army He . . . Map (db m33659) HM
100Delaware (Sussex County), Georgetown — Delaware Confederate War Memorial
Base inscription-erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy Caleb Ross Chapter #2635 and the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Delaware Grays Camp #2068. Front text-not legible, back text-not legible, side text-Smith Gilley, Confederate Army, . . . Map (db m105569) WM

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