List of monuments erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy

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For a comprehensive list of monuments and memorials, places, schools, parks, streets, geographical features, and other objects named for the Confederacy or its members, see List of Confederate monuments and memorials. For those that have been removed, see Removal of Confederate monuments and memorials.

This is a list of monuments erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, as well as by the Ladies' Memorial Association, the Sons of Confederate Veterans, and other related groups. Some of the UDC monuments feature artworks by noted sculptors.

Alabama[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Confederate Soldier Memorial Huntsville,
Madison County Courthouse
Oscar Hummel, sculptor
Georgia Marble Works, fabricator
granite unveiled November 21, 1905 [1] "In memory of the heroes who fell in defense of the principles which gave birth to the Confederate cause erected by the Daughters of the Confederacy. Our Confederate dead. In memory of General John Hunt Morgan, "Thunderbolt of the Confederacy, born in Huntsville June 1, 1825, died defending the noble cause Sept. 1864"[2]
Confederate Monument The Confederate Memorial Monument.JPG
Confederate Memorial Monument, Alabama State Capitol, base.jpg
Montgomery,
Alabama State Capitol
Alexander Doyle, sculptor
Gorda C. Doud, designer
Russellville limestone,
granite,
bronze
dedicated December 7, 1898 Inscriptions: 1861-1865 / CONSECRATED TO THE MEMORY OF THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS AND SEAMEN
FAME'S TEMPLE BOASTS NO HIGHER NAME, / NO KING IS GRANDER ON HIS THRONE; / NO GLORY SHINES WITH BRIGHTER GLEAM, / THE NAME OF 'PATRIOT' STANDS ALONE.
WHEN THIS HISTORIC SHAFT SHALL CRUMBLING LIE / IN AGES HENCE, IN WOMAN'S HEART WILL BE, / A FOLDED FLAG, A THRILLING PAGE UNROLLED, / A DEATHLESS SONG OF SOUTHERN CHIVALRY.
THESE SEAMEN OF CONFEDERATE FAME / STARTED THE WONDERING WORLD; / FOR BRAVER FIGHT WAS NEVER FOUGHT, / AND FAIRER FLAG WAS NEVER FURLED.
THE KNIGHTLIEST OF THE KNIGHTLY RACE / WHO SINCE THE DAYS OF OLD, / HAVE KEPT THE LAMP OF CHIVALRY / ALIGHT IN HEARTS OF GOLD.
THIS CORNER STONE WAS LAID BY / JEFFERSON DAVIS. / PRESIDENT OF C.S.A. / APRIL 29, 1886.[3]
Jefferson Davis Monument The Alabama State Capitol - The statue of Jefferson Davis - 2011.jpg Montgomery,
Alabama State Capitol
Frederick Hibbard, sculptor
Roman Bronze Works, founder
bronze, granite base unveiled November 19, 1940 [4] in part: 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, CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA, FEBRUARY 18, 1861. PRESENTED TO THE STATE OF ALABAMA BY THE/UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY NOVEMBER 19, 1940[5]

Arkansas[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Confederate Memorial Ft. Smith Confederate Monument, Southwest View.JPG Fort Smith,
Sebastian County Courthouse
Monumental Cut Stone Company, fabricator granite dedicated September 10, 1903 "LEST WE FORGET / 1861-1865 / OUR CONFEDERATE DEAD / ERECTED / BY THE / VARINA JEFFERSON DAVIS / CHAPTER, DAUGHTERS / OF CONFEDERACY / FORT SMITH, ARK. / 1903."[6]
Pine Bluff Confederate Monument
aka David Owen Dodd Statue
Pine Bluff Confederate Monument.jpg Pine Bluff,
Jefferson County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator Georgia marble November 10, 1910 [7] in part: TO THE MEMORY OF / OUR CONFEDERATE / SOLDIERS. / WE CARE NOT WHENCE THEY CAME, / DEAR IN THEIR LIFELESS CLAY. /WHETHER KNOWN OR UNKNOWN / TO FAME / THEIR CAUSE AND COUNTRY / STILL THE SAME. / THEY DIED AND WORE THE GREY. / THIS TABLET IS INSCRIBED TO/ J. ED MURRAY COLONEL / OF THE 5TH ARKANSAS REGIMENT. / KILLED AT THE BATTLE OF ATLANTA. / JULY 22, 1864 / AGE 21 YEARS. 1861 - 1865 / CONFEDERATE. ERECTED BY THE DAVID OWEN DODD CHAPTER. / UNITED DAUGHTERS / OF THE CONFEDERACY. / NOV 10, 1910 / IN LEGEND AND LAY / OUR HEROS (sic) IN GRAY / SHALL FOREVER LIVE OVER / AGAIN FOR US. A TRIBUTE TO DAVID OWEN DODD / OUR MARTYR HERO / HANGED AT LITTLE ROCK / AS A SPY JAN. 8, 1864 / AGED 17 YEARS / HE WAS OFFERED LIFE AND / LIBERTY BUT PREFERRED TO / DIE RATHER THAN PROVE / FALSE TO HIS TRUST:[8]
Bentonville Confederate Monument Bentonville, Public Square Park Unknown, from Barre, Vermont[9] Granite August 8, 1908[10] North face inscription: "THEIR NAMES ARE BORNE ON HONOR'S SHIELD / THEIR RECORD IS WITH GOD / CONFEDERATE."

East face inscription: " THEY FOUGHT FOR HOME AND FATHERLAND / CONFEDERATE."

South face inscription: "1861-65 / CONFEDERATE."

West face inscription: "TO THE SOUTHERN SOLDIERS / ERECTED BY A.J. BATES AND / THE JAMES H. BERRY CHAPTER / UNITED DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY / AUG. 8, 1908. / CONFEDERATE."

Metal plate added to west face on January 30, 1914: "JAMES H. BERRY / 1841-1913 / SOLDIER AND STATESMAN / BELOVED OF ARKANSAS / 2ND LIEUTENANT / CO. E 16TH ARK. INFANTRY, C.S.A / LEGISLATOR - JURIST / GOVERNOR OF ARKANSAS / UNITED STATES SENATOR / HE PERFORMED EVERY DUTY / WITH AN EYE / SINGLE TO THE PUBLIC WELFARE / AND HIS OWN UNBLEMISHED HONOR / THIS TABLE IS PLACED HERE / BY THE JAMES H. BERRY CHAPTER / UNITED DAUGHTERS OF / THE CONFEDERACY / THE PAT CLEBURNE CAMP / SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS / AND OTHER FRIENDS / IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE / AND APPRECIATION / OF HIS NOBLE LIFE AND CHARACTER."[10]

Florida[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Florida's Tribute to the Women of the Confederacy Tribute to the Women of the Confederacy.jpg Jacksonville,
Confederate Park
Allen George Newman, sculptor
Jno. Williams Inc., founder
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator
bronze
granite
dedicated October 26, 1915
ConfederateMonumentJAXFL.JPG
Inscription: IN MEMORY OF THE / WOMEN OF OUR SOUTHLAND / 1861 - 1865 / LET THIS MUTE BUT ELOQUENT / STRUCTURE SPEAK TO GENERATIONS / TO COME, OF A GENERATION OF / THE PAST. LET IT REPEAT / PERPETUALLY THE IMPERISHABLE / STORY OF OUR WOMEN OF THE 60'S. / THOSE NOBLE WOMEN WHO / SACRIFICED THEIR ALL / UPON THEIR COUNTRY'S ALTAR. / UNTO THEIR MEMORY THE FLORIDA DIVISION / OF UNITED CONFEDERATE VETERANS / AFFECTIONATELY DEDICATE THIS MONUMENT.[11]
Confederate Monument Lakeland Munn Park Hist Dist statue01.jpg Lakeland,
Munn Park
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator stone June 3, 1910 [12]
Confederate monument in Munn Park - Lakeland, Florida.jpg
in part: CONFEDERATE / DEAD: THIS MONUMENT WAS ERECTED / BY THE LAKELAND CHAPTER, / UNITED DAUGHTERS / OF THE CONFEDERACY / IN MEMORY OF THE NOBLE / SONS OF THE SOUTH. / A.D. 1910. IN MEMORY OF THAT NOBLE BAND / WHO HAVE CROSSED THE MYSTIC / STREAM, / AND ARE RESTING NOW IN THAT / HAPPY LAND, / WHERE PEACE AND PLEASURE / REIGN SUPREME. / THE HEROIC DEEDS WILL NEVER/FADE, / FROM MEMORY'S BRIGHTEST PAGE, / AND THEIR BRAVE DEFENSE OF / COUNTRY AND HOME, / IS LEFT AS A GLORIOUS HERITAGE[13]
Johnny Reb Unveiling of Confederate Monument, Ocala, Florida.jpg Ocala,
Old Marion County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator Italian marble, granite April 25, 1905 [14] in part: THE SOUTH REVERES / HER WASHINGTON / JEFFERSON, MADISON / MONROE, ANDREW JACKSON / AND OTHERS WHO LAID / THE FOUNDATIONS OF / OUR GRAND REPUBLIC / SHE HONORS HER LEE /STONEWALL JACKSON / STUART, JOHNSON, FOREST / AND EVERY BRAVE SON / WHO FOUGHT TO PRESERVE / OUR LIBERTIES, / GUARANTEED BY THE FATHERS / UNDER THE CONSTITUTION. / ERECTED A.D. 1908 / BY/DICKISON CHAPTER NO.56, U.D.C. / IN HONOR OF / THE HEROES OF THE / CONFEDERACY CSA / IT'S FAME ON /BRIGHTEST PAGES, / PENNED BY POETS AND BY SAGES, / SHALL GO SOUNDING / DOWN THE AGES [15]

Georgia[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Wilcox County Confederate Monument Confederate Monument, Abbeville.JPG Abbeville,
Wilcox County Library
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator Georgia marble April 26, 1909 [16] in part: "CONFEDERATE / DEAD / CONFEDERATE" "THIS CARVEN STONE IS / HERE TO TELL / TO ALL THE WORLD THE / LOVE WE BEAR / TO THOSE WHO FOUGHT AND / BLED AND FELL, / WHOSE BATTLE CRY WAS / DO AND DARE. / WHO FEARED NO FOE, BUT/FACED THE FRAY— /OUR GALLANT MEN WHO WORE THE GRAY." "ERECTED BY THE / ABBEVILLE CHAPTER, / UNITED DAUGHTERS OF / THE CONFEDERACY, /APRIL 26, 1909. / IN MEMORY OF OUR / HEROES IN GRAY." "IT IS A DUTY WE OWE / TO POSTERITY TO SEE / THAT OUR CHILDREN SHALL / KNOW THE VIRTUES AND / BECOME WORTHY OF THEIR / SIRES." [17]
Franklin County Confederate Monument Carnesville,
Franklin County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Marble, granite base August 10, 1910 [18] 'in part: "THIS, WE RAISE / A LOVING TRIBUTE, / TO THE PAST, PRESENT / AND FUTURE." IN MEMORY OF / THE / FRANKLIN COUNTY / VETERANS / FROM THE / MILLICAN CHAPTER / U.D.C. / AUG. 10, 1910 / 1861-1865 / TO OUR / CONFEDERATE / SOLDIERS [19]
Carroll County Confederate Monument Carrollton,
Carroll County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Marble September 26, 1910 [18] 'in part: "In Proud and Loving Memory Of the / Confederate / soldiers / of Carroll County / 1861-1865 Confederate/Dead, Erected/by the / Annie Wheeler Chapter / United Daughters, "How sleep the Brave, / who sink to Rest, / By All Their Country's / Wishes Blest! / By Forms unseen, their / Dirge is Sung, / There Honor Comes, / A/Pilgrim Gray. To Bless the Turf, / That wraps their Clay." Upon the Altar / of Home and Country They Placed the Offering / In Fullest Measure / Of all they had to give.[20]
Bartow County Confederate Monument Old Courthouse of Cartersville, Georgia.jpg Cartersville,
Bartow County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Sandstone, granite base April 26, 1878 [21] 'in part: "ERECTED BY / THE DAUGHTERS OF / THE CONFEDERACY. / IN HONOR OF THE MEN, / OF BARTOW COUNTY, / WHO SERVED IN THE ARMY/OF THE CONFEDERATE / STATES OF AMERICA. / THOSE WHO FOUGHT AND LIVED, / AND THOSE WHO FOUGHT AND DIED. /MAY THIS SHAFT EVER CALL TO / MEMORY, THE STORY OF THE GLORY / OF THE MEN WHO WORE THE GRAY. / LET THE STRANGER WHO MAY IN / FUTURE TIME READ THIS INSCRIPTION, / AND RECOGNIZE THAT THERE WERE MEN, / WHOM POWER COULD NOT CORRUPT, / DEATH COULD NOT TERRIFY, / DEFEAT COULD NOT DISHONOR; / LET THESE VIRTUES PLEAD FOR / JUST JUDGEMENT IN THE CAUSE / -FOR WHICH THEY PERISHED.- / LET GEORGIA, REMEMBER THAT THE / STATE TAUGHT THEM HOW TO LIVE / AND HOW TO DIE; AND THAT FROM HER / BROKEN FORTUNES, SHE HAS PRESERVED / FOR HER CHILDREN, THE PRICELESS / TREASURE OF HER MEMORIES, TEACHING / ALL WHO MAY CLAIM THE SAME /BIRTH-RIGHT, THAT TRUTH, VIRTUE AND / PATRIOTISM ENDURE FOREVER.[22]
Polk County Confederate Monument
aka Our Heroes"
Cedartown,
Polk County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Marble, granite base October 26, 1906 [21] in part: "ERECTED BY THE / CEDARTOWN CHAPTER / U.D.C. NO. 491. / TO THE CONFEDERATE / VETERANS OF POLK COUNTY / 1906. /THE DAUGHTERS OF / THOSE WHO MADE / OUR FLAG HOLD IN /EXHALTED VENERATION / THOSE WHO BORE IT. / OUR HEROES / THIS, WE RAISE, A / LOVING TRIBUTE TO / THE PAST, PRESENT / AND FUTURE. / THE PRINCIPLES FOR / WHICH THEY FOUGHT / LIVE ETERNALLY. / WHEN THE LAST / TRUMPET SOUNDED / MAY EACH ONE ANSWER / THE ROLL CALL OF / THE HEAVENLY ARMY.[23]
Muscogee County Confederate Monument ColGA Confederate Mon.jpg Columbus,
Salisbury Park
Thomas J. Grier, sculptor marble May 6, 1879 [24] in part: NO TRUTH IS LOST FOR WHICH THE TRUE ARE WEEPING NOR DEAD FOR WHICH THEY DIED." "GATHER THE SACRED DUST, OF WARRIORS TRIED AND TRUE, WHO BORE THE FLAG OF OUR NATIONS TRUST, AND FELL IN THE CAUSE THO' LOST, STILL JUST AND DIED FOR ME AND YOU." "THEIR GLORY SHALL NOT BE FORGOTTEN ERECTED BY THE LADIES OF THE MEMORIAL/ASSOCIATION MAY 1879. TO HONOR THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS WHO DIED TO REPEL UNCONSTITUTIONAL INVASION TO PROTECT THE RIGHT RESERVED TO THE PEOPLE AND TO PERPETUATE FOREVER THE SOVEREIGNTY OF THE STATES." Erected by the Ladies Memorial Association of Muscogee County.[25]
Crisp County Confederate Monument Confederate Monument, Cordele.JPG Cordele,
Corner of 16th Avenue & 7th Street
Consolidated Marble Company, fabricator granite dedicated April 26, 1911 [26] in part: "He sprang into battle-line to defend his invaded country. he won marvelous victories; he suffered no discreditable defeats; he never abused a triumph, and never lost fortitude in the hour of disaster; Erected by Cordele Chapter No. 173 U.D.C. 1911 Amid the Confederate lights and shadows cast upon the historic canvas, we trace no semblance of dishonor, to suggestion of thought or act unworthy of the loftiest aspiration and the bravest endeavor."[27]
Joseph E. Johnston Monument Joseph E Johnston monument in Dalton GA.jpg Dalton,
Hamilton Street
Belle Kinney, sculptor
Southern Granite and Marble, fabricator
bronze,
Georgia granite base
dedicated October 24, 1912 in part: "Erected by Bryan M. Thomas Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Dalton, Georgia, 1912."[28]
Laurens County Confederate Monument Confederate Monument, Dublin.jpg Dublin,
Dublin Carnegie Library, Bellevue & Academy Avenues
Cordele Marble Company, fabricator marble dedicated April 26, 1912 in part: "Your sons and daughters will forever guard the memory of your brave deeds. It has no speech nor language within its folds, the dead who died under it, lie fitly shrouded. Fidelity, when extended to him to who it is justly due Resembles the "stars of Friedland" that shines the best in the blackest night"[29]
Confederate Monument of Eastman, Dodge County Confederate Memorial, Eastman, GA, US.jpg Eastman,
Dodge County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Marble, granite base April 26, 1910 [30] 'in part: "ERECTED BY THE / FANNIE GORDON CHAPTER / UNITED DAUGHTERS / OF THE CONFEDERACY / APRIL 1910 / "NO NATION ROSE SO PURE / AND WHITE / NONE EVER FELL SO SPOTLESS. "TO OUR CONFEDERATE / SOLDIERS/1861 - 1865 / "THE PRINCIPLES FOR WHICH / THEY FOUGHT CAN NEVER DIE" / CONFEDERATE/DEAD "TO THOSE WHO FOUGHT / AND LIVED / TO THOSE WHO FOUGHT / AND DIED" / THIS STONE IS ERECTED / TO KEEP FRESH IN MEMORY / THE NOBLE DEEDS OF / THESE DEVOTED SONS. NO BRAVER SOLDIERS /NO TRUER PATRIOTS EVER / ADORNED THE HISTORY OF / ANY NATION, THEY HAVE / WON THEIR TITLE TO / IMMORTALITY OF LOVE / AND REVERENCE. / "NOR SHALL YOUR GLORY / BE FORGOT, / WHITE FAME HER RECORD KEEPS."[31]
Eatonton Confederate Monument Eatonton,
Putnam County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Marble, granite base Dedicated July 22, 1908 'in part: "A TRIBUTE OF LOVE / FROM THE DIXIE CHAPTER /DAUGHTERS OF / THE CONFEDERACY / — / IN HONOR OF THE MEN /OF PUTNAM COUNTY, / WHO SERVED IN THE ARMY / OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES / OF AMERICA; / "THOSE WHO FOUGHT / AND LIVED AND THOSE / WHO FOUGHT AND DIED." "WHEN MARBLE WEARS AWAY, AND MONUMENTS ARE DUST, THE SONGS THAT GUARD / OUR SOLDIER'S CLAY WILL STILL FULFILL THEIR TRUST."[32]
Elbert County Confederate Memorial Confederate Monument "Dutchy", Elberton, Georgia.jpg Elberton,
Sutton Square
Arthur Beter, sculptor
Monumental Bronze Company, founder
Elberton Granite and Marble Works, fabricator
bronze,
Elberton granite
dedicated July 15, 1898 "ELBERT COUNTY / TO HER / CONFEDERATE DEAD"[33]
Confederate Soldier Monument Confederate Statue, Forsyth.JPG Forsyth,
Monroe County Courthouse
Frederick Hibbard, sculptor
American Bronze Company, founder
bronze, granite base June 29, 1908 [34] in part: CONFEDERATE, CONSTITUTION JUSTICE WIDSOM MODERATION.: Also includes list of units[35]
Hall County Confederate Monument Gainesville Downtown-square-2-p3.jpg Gainesville,
Public Square
Henry Allen, designer
American Bronze Company, founder
bronze dedicated June 7, 1909[36] [37]
Hawkinsville Confederate Monument Confederate Soldiers Monument, Hawkinsville.JPG Hawkinsville,
Pulaski County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Marble, granite base July 31, 1908 [38] 'in part: "TO OUR / CONFEDERATE / SOLDIERS" (Below Lee figure:) R.E. LEE (Below Jackson figure:) T.J. Jackson "ERECTED BY THE / DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY / MRS. G.W.JORDAN, PRES. /MRS. P.H. LOVEJOY, SEC. & TREAS. / LAID BY THE M.W.G.L OF GA. /A.F. & A.M. / 1907[39]
Confederate Soldiers Monument Hartwell,
Hart County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Marble, granite base July 23, 1908 [38] 'in part: "IN LOVING MEMORY / OF OUR HART COUNTY / SOLDIERS[40]
Jackson County Confederate Monument JeffersonGeorgiaTownSquare02.jpg Jefferson,
Town Square
McNeel Marble Works Granite April 26, 1911 'in part: "SOUTHERN / CROSS / OF / HONOR" " DEO / VENDICI /1861 / 1865" " COMRADES / "TO OUR / CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS", "LEST WE FORGET / ERECTED BY / U.D.C. CHAPTER 217, / JEFFERSON, GA. 1911"
The statue was accidentally badly damaged and removed in 1940 at which time a cross was placed atop the monument.[41]
Bibb County Confederate Memorial Court house, Macon, Georgia (8368124888).jpg Macon,
Cotton Avenue & 2nd Street (formerly located beside the county courthouse)
Muldoon Monument Company, fabricator
Artope & Whitt, contractor
Carrara marble,
Stone Mountain granite
dedicated October 29, 1879
relocated April 18, 1956
"ERECTED A.D. 1879 / By the / Ladies' Memorial Association of Macon / In HONOR of / The Men of Bibb County / And all who gave their lives to the / South to establish the / Independence of the / CONFEDERATE STATES / 1861-1865 / With pride in their Patriotism / With Love for their memory / This silent stone is raised / A perpetual witness of our Gratitude."[42]
Jenkins County Confederate Monument Confederate Memorial at Jenkins County Courthouse, Georgia, US.jpg Millen,
Jenkins County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works Marble June 3, 1909 [43] 'in part: "ERECTED JUNE 3RD 1909 / BY/THE WAYSIDE HOME / CHAPTER. U.D.C. / IN HONOR OF OUR / CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS, /WHOM POWER COULD / NOT CORRUPT / WHOM DEATH COULD / NOT TERRIFY, / WHOM DEFEAT COULD / NOT DISHONOR. / THOSE WHO SERVED. / THE/CONFEDERACY. THOSE WHO FOUGHT / THESE WERE MEN WHO / BY THE SIMPLE MANHOOD / OF THEIR LIVES. / BY THEIR STRICT ADHERENCE / TO THE PRINCIPLES OF RIGHTS, / BY THEIR SUBLIME COURAGE. / AND UNSPEAKABLE SACRIFICE, / EVEN TO THE HEROISM OF DEATH, / HAVE PRESERVED FOR US, / THROUGH THE GLOOM OF DEFEAT, / A PRICELESS HERITAGE OF HONOR. / FOR EACH SINGLE WRECK / IN THE WAR PATH OF MIGHT, /HALL YET BE A ROCK IN / THE TEMPLE OF RIGHT. / THOSE WHO FELL / COMRADES.[44]
Jasper County Confederate Monument
aka Comrades
Monticello,
Town Square
E. B. Frazier, sculptor
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator
marble figures, granite April 6, 1910 [45] "To the Confederate soldiers of Jasper County, the record of whose sublime self-sacrificing and undying devotion to duty in the service of their country is the proud heritage of a loyal posterity "in legend and lay, out heroes in Gray shall forever live, over again for us." Comrades. Gloria Victis CSA, "Crowns of roses fade, crowns of thorns endure, cal varies and crucifixions take deepest hold of humanity, the triumphs of might are transient they pass and are forgotten, the suffering of right are graven deepest on the chronicle of nations."[46]
Comrades Bulloch County Courthouse, Statesboro, Georgia.jpg Statesboro,
Bulloch County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator marble April 26, 1909 [47] in part: "COMRADES / IN MEMORY OF / THE / CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS /1861-1865 / Erected by / The Statesboro Chapter / UNITED DAUGHTERS OF / THE CONFEDERACY / Number 1100 / APRIL 26, 1909
Stone Mountain Memorial Carving Stone mountain.jpg Stone Mountain,
Stone Mountain Memorial Park
Gutzon Borglum, Augustus Lukeman, Walker Hancock, sculptors granite 1923-1972, unveiled May 9, 1970 [47] [48]
At Rest Arms Upson County Courthouse, Confederate Monument.JPG Thomaston,
Upson County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator Statue, Italian marble
base, Georgia granite
May 2, 1908 [49] in part: "IN MEMORY OF / THE CONFEDERATE / SOLDIERS OF UPSON / LEST WE FORGET / OUR SOLDIERS[50]
Warren County Confederate Monument Warrenton,
Warren County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator marble, granite base June 10, 1904 [51] "Our COMRADES" and a list of names [52]
Wilkes County Confederate Monument Confederate Memorial and Wilkes County Courthouse.jpg Washington,
Wilkes County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator Granite April 26, 1909 [51] "ERECTED / ANNO DOMINI 1908 / BY THE / "LAST CABINET" /CHAPTER / UNITED / DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY, / LADIES /MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION, / AND / SONS OF VETERANS. / A TRIBUTE / OF ABIDING LOVE / FOR OUR / CONFEDERATE HEROES. / CSA/1861-1865. "ON FAME'S ETERNAL CAMPING GROUND / THEIR SILENT TENTS ARE SPREAD, / AND GLORY GUARDS WITH SOLEMN ROUND / THE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD." "LORD GOD OF HOSTS BE WITH US YET, / LEST WE FORGET-LEST WE FORGET." MEN OF WILKES! / KNOW THROUGH ALL TIME THAT THEY / FOUGHT TO MAINTAIN A JUST UNION; / TO DEFEND CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT; / TO PERPETUATE AMERICAN LIBERTIES, / AND LEFT YOU THEIR PATIENT SPIRIT.[53]

Kentucky[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
John Hunt Morgan Memorial John Hunt Morgan P6160189.jpg Lexington,
Old Fayette County Courthouse
Pompeo Coppini, sculptor
Roman Bronze Works, founder
bronze,
granite base
dedicated October 18, 1911[54]
John Hunt Morgan P6160193.jpg
"Gen'l. John H. Morgan and his Men."
General Lloyd Tilghman Tilghman Monument 2.jpg Paducah,
Lang Park (formerly Confederate Park)
Henry Hudson Kitson, sculptor
Roman Bronze Works, founder
Eugene Gargani, caster
bronze,
granite base
dedicated May 15, 1909 Gift of the United Daughters of the Confederacy and the United Confederate Veterans.[55]

Louisiana[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Confederate Monument Baton Rouge,
3rd Street & North Boulevard
Benjamin Joseph Goodman, sculptor marble base dedicated February 22, 1886
sculpture dedicated 1890
ERECTED BY THE MEN AND WOMEN OF EAST AND WEST BATON ROUGE TO PERPETUATE THE HEROISM AND PATRIOTIC DEVOTION OF THE NOBLE SOLDIERS FROM THE TWO PARISHES WHO WORE THE GRAY AND CROSSED THE RIVER WITH THEIR IMMORTAL LEADERS TO REST UNDER THE SHADE OF THE TREES. ORIGINAL MONUMENT ERECTED 1886 A.D.[56]

Mississippi[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/Inscriptions
Confederate Monument
or War Memorial Monument
HUMPHREYS COUNTY COURTHOUSE, HUMPHREYS COUNTY, MS.jpg Belzoni,
Humphreys County Courthouse
Columbus Marble Works, fabricator marble Spring 1923 Monument includes three figures, a woman, a CSA soldier and a WWI doughboy
"The figure of the World War I soldier is the second made for the memorial. The first, modelled after a young ROTC student, included the ROTC insignia on the uniform pocket. The inclusion of the insignia was offensive to the Daughters of the Confederacy, and the statue was sold to State College and replaced with the current one in time for the Dedication Day."[57]
Washington County Confederate Memorial Greenville,
Washington County Courthouse
Columbus Marble Works, fabricator marble dedicated June 3, 1909[58] in part, "Erected by Private Taylor Rucks Chaper United Daughters of the Confederacy to commemorate the valor and patriotism of the Confederate soldiers of Washington County. it is sure the truth of history that the fundamental principles for which our fathers contended should often be reiterated that the purpose which inspired them may be correctly estimated and the putiry of their motives be abundantly vindicated. Charles B. Galloway", "The sublimest word in the English language is duty. Robert E. Lee," "No braver battle for truth was ever fought in vain, Randolph H. McKim", "For those who encountered the perils of war in defense of states rights and constitutional government. Jefferson Davis." [59]
Confederate Monument Hattiesburg Courthouse and Confederate Monument.jpg Hattiesburg,
Forrest County Courthouse
Frank H Hartman, contractor marble unveiled April 26, 1910 [60] in part: WHEN THEIR COUNTRY CALLED THEY HELD BACK NOTHING THEY CHEERFULLY GAVE THEIR PROPERTY AND THEIR LIVES THRU THE DEVOTION AND UNTIRING EFFORTS OF THE HATTIESBURG CHAPTER NO. 422 OF THE UNITED DAUGHTERS/OF THE CONFEDERACY, THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED TO THE HONOR AND MEMORY OF THOSE WHO WORE THE GRAY[61]
Hinds County Confederate Monument CSA Monument, Raymond, Mississippi.jpg Raymond,
Hinds County Courthouse
Frederick Hibbard, sculptor
American Bronze Company, founder
April 29, 1908 [62] in part: "WE OF THE SOUTH REMEMBER, WE OF THE SOUTH REVERE. ERECTED BY THE PEOPLE OF HINDS COUNTY, IN GRATEFUL MEMORY OF THEIR MEN WHO IN/1861-65 GAVE, OR OFFERED TO GIVE, THEIR LIVES IN DEFENSE OF CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT, AND TO THE HEROIC WOMEN WHOSE DEVOTION TO OUR CAUSE IN ITS DARKEST HOUR SUSTAINED THE STRONG AND STRENGTHENED THE WEAK."[63]

Missouri[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/Inscriptions
General Sterling Price PriceStatueKeytesville,MO.jpg Keytesville,
Price Memorial Park
Allen George Newman, sculptor,
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator
bronze, concrete base dedicated June 17, 1915 "GENERAL STERLING PRICE / BORN IN PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, VIRGINIA / SEPTEMBER 11, 1809 / RESIDED IN CHARITON COUNTY, MISSOURI / 1831-1865 / SPEAKER / OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES / OF MISSOURI GENERAL ASSEMBLY / 1840-1844 / ELECTED TO CONGRESS 1844 / PARTICIPATED IN WAR WITH MEXICO / 1846-1848/RISING FROM RANK OF COLONEL / TO THAT OF BRIGADIER GENERAL / CHAIRMAN OF CONVENTION OF 1861 / MAJOR GENERAL IN COMMAND/OF MISSOURI STATE TROOPS 1861-1862 / DIED IN ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI / SEPTEMBER 29, 1867."[64]

Montana[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments
Confederate Memorial Fountain Confederate Memorial Fountain (Helena, Montana) 03.jpg Helena,
North Park
George H. Carsley, architect granite, copper, bronze, concrete dedicated September 5, 1916 [65]
Removed August 18, 2017
"By the Daughters of the Confederacy in Montana 1916" [66]

North Carolina[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
60th North Carolina Infantry Monument Asheville,
Buncombe County Court House
Cherokee Marbleworks, fabricator marble, granite base dedicated November 8, 1905[67] in part, "By the Asheville Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy and Friends, This monument is erected commemorating the heroic part taken by the 60th Regt. N.C. volunteers in the great battle of Chickamauaga, Sept. 20, 1863 where it was given post of honor by "State Commission" appointed in 1893 to locate the position of each N.C. regt. in that battle and a marker placed on east margin of Lafayette Pike in Kelly's Field "[68]
Silent Sam Chapel Hill Canadian sculptor John Wilson bronze 1913 Toppled by protesters, August 20, 2018
Confederate Heroes Monument Fayetteville,
St. James Square
I.W. Durham, sculptor bronze, granite base dedicated May 30, 1902 [69] "The women of Cumberland to their Confederate dead, May 20, 1861 - May 10, 1902. The died in defense of their rights. For them should fall the teardrop of a nation's grief. Lord God of Host be with us yet lest we forget, lest we forget"
Confederate Memorial Monument Graham, Alamance County Courthouse Square McNeel Marble Works, fabricator Italian marble, granite base May 6, 1904 [51] "TO COMMEMORATE / WITH GRATEFUL LOVE, / THE PATRIOTISM, VALOR / AND DEVOTION TO DUTY / OF THE BRAVE SOLDIERS / OF ALAMANCE COUNTY, / THIS MONUMENT IS / ERECTED THROUGH / THE EFFORTS OF THE / GRAHAM CHAPTER, / UNITED DAUGHTERS/OF THE CONFEDERACY. / OUR CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS. "Dedicated May 16, 1914" "ON FAME'S ETERNAL / CAMPING GROUND, / THEIR SILENT TENTS / ARE SPREAD, / AND GLORY GUARDS, / WITH SOLEMN ROUND, / THE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD." / 1861 / CAS (sic) / 1865 "Faithful unto death / they are crowned / with immortal glory." "Conquered they / can never be / whose souls and / spirits are free."[70]
Memory of N. C. Troops at the Battle of Averasboro - 1865 Harnett County,
site of the Battle of Averasboro
Eggerton Monument Company granite 1968 In part: "Chicoara Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy Averasboro/Battleground Centennial Commission 1968, First at Bethel, farthest to the front ay Gettysburg and Chickamauga, last at Appomattox"[71]
Confederate Monument Union County Court House - panoramio.jpg Monroe,
Old Union County Courthouse
Jacob Efird, sculptor granite dedicated July 4, 1910[72] In part: "Union County's Volunteers, Erected by the Monroe Chapter of the UDC July 4, 1910 Dedicated to the Memory of the Boys in Gray from Union County Who Gave Their All to the Protection of Home 1861-1865"[73]
Henry Lawson Wyatt Henry Lawson Wyatt by Gutzon Borglum - DSC05862.JPG Raleigh,
North Carolina State Capitol
Gutzon Borglum, sculptor
Gorham Manufacturing Company, founder
bronze, granite base dedicated June 10, 1912[74] First Confederate soldier to die in battle.
Confederate Monument Shelby,
Court Square, Old Cleveland County Courthouse
C.M. Walsh Marble Co,. fabricator,
American Bronze Company, founder
bronze, granite installed November 21, 1906
dedicated spring 1907
[75]
Confederate Soldier Winston-Salem,
Forsyth County Courthouse,
Courthouse Square,
James Alfred Blum, designer granite dedicated October 3, 1905 [76] "Our confederate dead..in camp on fames eternal camping grounds, as southern soldiers of the war of 1861-65, they share fame that mankind awards to the heroes who served in that great conflict. As southern soldiers of the war of 1861-65, they share the fame that mankind awards to the heroes who served in that great conflict . Sleeping but glorious dead in fames portal dead but victorious but immortal they give us great glory what more could they give? They give us a story a story to live."[77]
Confederate Monument Smallcourthousers.jpg Yanceyville,
Caswell County Courthouse,
Public Square
J.F. Manning Company, fabricator
American Bronze Company, founder
bronze, granite dedicated September 10, 1921[78] "To The Sons of Caswell County who served in the war of 1861-65 In answer to the call of their country In whatever event that may face our national existence may God give us the will to do what is right, that, like our forefathers, we may impress our times with the sincerity and steadfastness of our lives. Erected by the Caswell County Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy"[79]

Ohio[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
The Lookout P5240017 Johnsons Island Conf Cemetery.jpg Sandusky,
Johnson's Island
Moses Ezekiel, sculptor bronze, granite base dedicated June 7, 1910 [80] In part: Erected by the Robert Patton Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy of Cincinnati, Ohio in memory of the Southern prison on this island during the War Between the States. Dead, but sceptered sovereigns who rule us from the dust. This stone upon which this is inscribed was placed by the Grand Lodge of Mississippi in Remembrance of the Masons who sleep here.

South Carolina[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Chester Confederate Monument Downtown Chester and Confederate Cannon and Monument.jpg Chester,
Main & Gadsden Streets
McNeel Marble Works Georgia granite and marble June 27, 1905 [81] "THIS MONUMENT GUARDS THE MEMORY OF THE MEN OF CHESTER DISTRICT WHO OBEYING THE CALL OF THEIR STATE DIED FOR THE CONFEDERATE CAUSE 1861-1865 TIME MAY CRUMBLE THIS MARBLE INTO DUST BUT TIME CAN NOT DIM THEIR GLORY. THEIR PATRIOTISM, THEIR VALOR, THEIR FAITHFULNESS AND THEIR FAME REMAIN FOREVER THE HERITAGE OF THEIR/COUNTRYMEN. NON SIBI SED PATRIAE. (translates as "not for self, but country") Their fame increases like the Branches of a tree through the Hidden Courses of Time ERECTED BY DAUGHTERS/OF THE CONFEDERACY. 1905."[82]

Tennessee[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments
United Daughters of the Confederacy Monument[83] Lincoln County Tennessee Courthouse.jpg Fayetteville,
Courthouse Square, Lincoln County Courthouse
J. L. Mott Iron Works, founder painted metal 1904 The statue's pedestal features a drinking fountain on either side.
Our Confederate Soldiers Confederate Monument, Franklin, Tennessee.jpg Franklin,
Williamson County Courthouse
Italinan marble, granite base November 30, 1899 [84] 'in part: "ERECTED TO / CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS / BY FRANKLIN CHAPTER / NO. 14 / DAUGHTERS OF / THE CONFEDERACY / NOV. 30, A.D. 1899" " IN HONOR AND MEMORY / OF OUR HEROES / BOTH PRIVATE AND CHIEF / OF THE / SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY. / NO COUNTRY EVER HAD / TRUER SONS, / NO CAUSE / NOBLER CHAMPIONS, / NO PEOPLE / BOLDER DEFENDERS / THAN THE BRAVE SOLDIERS / TO WHOSE MEMORY / THIS STONE IS ERECTED." "WOULD IT BE / A BLAME FOR US / IF THEIR MEMORY PART / FROM OUR LAND AND HEARTS / AND A WRONG TO THEM / AND A SHAME TO US. / THE GLORIES THEY WON / SHALL NOT WANE FROM US. / IN LEGEND AND LAY, OUR HEROES IN GRAY / SHALL EVER LIVE / OVER AGAIN FOR US." "WE WHO SAW AND KNEW THEM WELL / ARE WITNESSES / TO COMING AGES / OF THEIR VALOR / AND FIDELITY. / TRIED AND TRUE. GLORY DROWNED / 1861-1865 [85]
General Morgan Monument Greenville,
Greene County Courthouse
Sam Highbarger, sculptor Tennessee marble Dedicated May 10, 1931 "GENERAL JOHN H. MORGAN 1825-1864 THE THUNDERBOLT OF THE CONFEDERACY FIRST LIEUTENANT, MARSHAL'S REGIMENT OF CAVALRY IN THE MEXICAN WAR CAPTAIN THE "LEXINGTON RIFLES" 1857 CAPTAIN COMPANY A OF THE KENTUCKY CAVALRY 1861 COLONELL 2ND KENTUCKY CAVALRY 1862 BRIGADIER GENERAL APPOINTED FROM TENNESSEE DECEMBER 11 1862. HIS COMMAND, NEVER EXCEEDING 4000/MEN, WAS COMPOSED LARGELY OF KEN TUCKIANS AND TENNESSEANS. IT WAS RENOWNED FOR BOLDNESS AND CELERITY ON RAID CARRYING TERROR INTO THE RE GION NORTH OF THE OHIO. THE "GREAT RAIDER" WAS SURPRISED AT NIGHT AND KILLED BY A DETACHMENT OF THE COMMAND OF GEN. A. C. GILLEM ON THE PREMISES OF THE WILLIAMS HOME/NEAR THIS SPOT SEPTEMBER 4 1864 HIS HEROISM IS THE HERITAGE OF THE SOUTH"
Confederate Memorial Hall
(women's college dormitory)
VanderbiltMemorialHall.jpg Nashville,
Peabody College campus of Vanderbilt University
Henry C. Hibbs, architect building 1935 The word "Confederate" was removed from its name in 2016.[86]
United Daughters of the Confederacy Memorial Confederate Memorial - Shiloh National Battlefield.jpg Shiloh,
Shiloh National Military Park[87]
Frederick Hibbard May 17, 1917 [88]

Texas[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Confederate Monument Bonham July 2016 24 (Confederate monument).jpg Bonham,
Fannin County Courthouse, NW corner of Courthouse Square
Bonham Marble Works, fabricator. stone with granite base dedicated April 26, 1905 [89] "To the Confederate Soldiers who sacrificed their lives for a just cause this monument is loving (sic) dedicated by the Daughters of the Confederacy aided by there (sic) Confederate Veterans Association of Fannin County. From 1861 to 1865 they fought for principal (sic), their homes and those they loved on fames eternal camping ground their silent tents are spread and glory guards with solemn round the bivouac of the dead. Battles fought 2242, total enlistment Confederate army 600,000, total enlistment U.S. Army 2,776,304, federal prisoners captured by confederates 270,000, confederate prisoners captured by federalist (sic) 220,000. CO. E. 11th Tex. Cav./Cof, 11th Tex. Cav. (On north side of base:) The great war unrivaled in history for bravery, gallantry, daring and dash."[90]
Queen of the Sea[91] Corpus Christi,
Broadway Bluff, Peoples Street & Broadway
Pompeo Coppini, sculptor cast concrete bas relief dedicated April 26, 1911 [26] A fountain flanked by stairs, with an arched bas-relief tableau of Neptune and Mother Earth crowning an allegorical figure of Corpus Christi.
In part: "In memory of the soldiers of the Confederacy erected by the Corpus Christi Chapter of the Daughters of the Confederacy." [92]
Call To Arms Corsicana,
Navarro County Courthouse
Louis Amateis, sculptor
Bureau Brothers, founder
bronze January 1909 [93]
Confederate Monument[94] Monument1.JPGConfederate Monument, City Park, Dallas (7852622838).jpg Dallas,
Pioneer Park Cemetery
(formerly located in Old City Park, 1897-1961)
Frank Teich, sculptor
Teich Monument Works, fabricator
obelisk & bases: Texas granite
statues: Carrara marble
cornerstone laid June 25, 1896
dedicated April 29, 1897
A 51.5 ft (15.7 m) granite obelisk crowned by a Confederate soldier statue, surrounded by 9 ft (2.7 m) marble statues of Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis, Albert Sidney Johnston and Stonewall Jackson
Inscriptions: "THE BRAZEN LIPS OF SOUTHERN / CANNON THUNDERED AN UNANSWERED / ANTHEM TO THE GOD OF BATTLE."
"THE CONFEDERATE SABREUR KIS / SED HIS BLADE HOMEWARD RIDING / STRAIGHT INTO THE MOUTH OF / HELL."
"IT WAS GIVEN THE GENIUS AND VALOR / OF CONFEDERATE SEAMEN TO REVOLU / TIONIZE NAVAL WARFARE OVER THE / EARTH."
"CONFEDERATE INFANTRY DROVE / BAYONETS THROUGH COLUMNS / THAT NEVER BEFORE REELED TO / THE SHOCK OF BATTLE."
"THIS STONE SHALL CRUMBLE INTO DUST ERE / THE DEATHLESS DEVOTION OF SOUTHERN WOMEN / BE FORGOTTEN."
"ERECTED BY / THE DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY / DALLAS CHAPTER NO. 6. / JUNE 25TH 1896."
Dignified Resignation "Dignified Resignation" - Galveston, Texas.jpg Galveston,
Galveston County Courthouse
Louis Amateis, sculptor bronze dedicated June 3, 1912 [95]
Spirit of the Confederacy Confederacy Monument Sam Houston Park Houston Texas.jpg Houston,
Sam Houston Park
Louis Amateis, sculptor
Roman Bronze Works, Bureau Brothers, founder
bronze dedicated January 19, 1908[96] in part: "The Spirit of the Confederacy erected by the Robert E. Lee Chapter N. 186 U.D.C. January 1908 To all heroes of the South who fought for the principles of states rights" [97]
Confederate Soldier Monument Llano Texas Confederate Monument.jpg Llano,
Llano County Courthouse
James Finlay, and sons Jack and Jim Finlay granite dedicated February 22, 1916 [98] "To our Confederate dead 1861-1865. Erected by Llano Co. Chapter U.D.C. 1915"
World War I and Confederate Soldier Monument Memphis,
Hall County Courthouse,
G.W. Backus, designer marble dedicated March 18, 1924 [62] The monument includes two full sized figures, a CSA soldier and a World War I doughboy.[99]
John H. Reagan Monument Palestine August 2017 46 (John H. Reagan Monument).jpg Palestine,
John H. Reagan Park
Pompeo Coppini, sculptor bronze, concrete base dedicated July 16, 1911 [100] in part: "The old Roman's highest ambition was to do his full duty: consciousness of having done it was his ample reward. A good name is to be chosen that great riches and looking (sic) favor rather than silver or gold. ……Author memoirs of secession and the Civil War."[101]
Confederate Mothers Monument Texarkana April 2016 034 (Confederate monument).jpg Texarkana,
United Daughters of the Confederacy Park
"ordered from Italy"
Henry Allen, designer
Allen Monuments, fabricator
marble dedicated April 21, 1918 [102]
The Last Stand Confederate Momument, Victoria, TX IMG 1006.JPG Victoria,
DeLeon Plaza
Pompeo Coppini, sculptor
Roman Bronze Works, founder
bronze, granite base dedicated July 10, 1912 [103] in part: "To the soldiers of the Confederate States of America. This monument is dedicated by the William P. Rogers Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Victoria, Texas. June the Third A.D. Nineteen Hundred and Twelve. On civilizations (sic) height, immutable they stand"[104]

Virginia[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Appomattox Confederate-alexandria001.JPG Alexandria,
Washington & Prince Streets
bronze with granite base Caspar Buberl, sculptor, from a painting by John Adams Elder[105] dedicated May 24, 1889 [106]
Confederate Monument Confederate Monument - S face tight - Arlington National Cemetery - 2011.jpg Arlington, Arlington National Cemetery Moses Ezekiel, sculptor
H. Gladenbeck & Sohn, founder
bronze on granite base unveiled June 4, 1914 [107] in part: "And they shall beat their swords into plough-shares and their spears into pruning hooks. Not for fame or reward not for place or for rank- not lured by ambition-or goaded by necessity- but in simple obedience to duty-as they understood it-these men suffered all-sacrificed all-dared all-and died" Randolph Harrison McKim. To our dead heroes by the United Daughters of the Confederacy-Victrix-causa-diis-placuit-sed-victa-catoni" (translated "the victorious cause pleased the gods, but the conquered cause pleased Cato)
The Confederate Soldiers' Monument Danville, Green Hill Cemetery M Hayes, Samuel Walters, sculptors copper reliefs
with granite base
unveiled September 3, 1878 in part: GEN. ROBERT E. LEE. CONFEDERATE DEAD. MEMORIAL TRIBUTE/OF VIRGINIA'S DAUGHTERS TO THE FALLEN BRAVE. DANVILLE, VIRGINIA. GEN. THOMAS J. JACKSON THEY DIED AS MEN WHO NOBLY CONTEND FOR THE CAUSE OF TRUTH AND RIGHT." THEY SOFTLY LIE AND SWEETLY SLEEP." PATRIOTS! KNOW THAT THESE FELL IN THE EFFORT TO ESTABLISH JUST GOVERNMENT AND PERPETUATE CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTY. WHO THUS DIE WILL LIVE IN LOFTY EXAMPLE. QUIDQUID EX HIS AMAVIMUS,/QUIDQUID MIRATI SUMUS,/MANET MANSURUMQUE EST IN/ANIMIS HOMINUM, IN/AETERNITATE TEMPORUM, FAMA RERUM.[108] Latin translates as :"[Anything out of those we have loved, whatever we admired, would continue to remain in the hearts of men, in the eternity of time, the reputation of things.]"[109] erected by the Ladies' Memorial Association of Danville, administered by United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Confederate Monument at Dinwiddie Courthouse DinwiddieCountyCourthouse 9849.jpg Dinwiddie,
Courthouse Square
granite Ben Campbell, Burns and Campbell, fabricator November 27, 1909 [110] "In memory of Dindiddie's Confederate soldiers, that their heroic deeds. sublime self-sacrifice and undying devotion to duty and country may never be forgotten"[111]
Soldiers Circle Front Royal,
Prospect Hill Cemetery
John B Graver, sculptor
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator
Italian marble August 24, 1882[112] IN MEMORY OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY SIX HONORED MEN WHO LIE BURIED HERE, FROM THIS AND OTHER SOUTHERN STATES THEY GAVE THEIR LIVES IN DEFENSE OF TRUTH AND RIGHT. THEY DIED IN THE CAUSE/OF HONOR AND JUSTICE. VIRGINIA HONORS THE/BRAVE ERECTED AUG. 24, 1882, BY THE LADIES' WARREN MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION[113]
Confederate Monument Salem, VA 24153, USA - panoramio (33).jpg Salem,
Old Roanoke County Courthouse
JH Marsteller Monument Company granite June 3, 1910 [114] 'In memory of the Confederate soldiers of Roanoke County, 1861-1865. Love makes memory eternal. Erected by the Southern Cross Chapter U.D.C. Salem Va. Also the Va. Div. Badge of the U.D.C.
Monument to the Confederate Soldiers[115] Sussex,
Sussex County Courthouse Green
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator stone November 1912 [116] in part: "THE PRINCIPLES FOR / WHICH THEY FOUGHT / LIVE ETERNALLY" / OUR / CONFEDERATE / SOLDIERS / LIST OF COMPANIES ORGANIZED IN / AND SENT OUT FROM SUSSEX COUNTY / FOR ROLL OF MEMBERS SEE RECORDS / IN THE COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE / ERECTED BY / SUSSEX CHAPTER U.D.C. / NOV. - 1912 / CHAPTER ORGANIZED / SEPT. 29, 1909.[117]
Confederate Monument Bath County war memorial.jpg Warm Springs,
Bath County Courthouse
McNeel Marble Works, fabricator stone unveiled September 20, 1922 "CONFEDERATE / SOLDIERS / 1861-1865 / 'LEST WE FORGET' ERECTED BY / BATH CO. CHAPTER / U.D.C . / 1922"

Washington[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Confederate monument Seattle - Lake View Cemetery - Confederate Veterans memorial.jpg Seattle,
Lake View Cemetery
stone 1926 "In memory of the / United Confederate Veterans / Erected by Robert E. Lee / Chapter Number 885 / United Daughters / of the Confederacy / 1926″[118]

West Virginia[edit]

Name Image Location Designer/sculptor Medium Date Comments/inscriptions
Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson SWJCWV.jpg Clarksburg,
Harrison County Courthouse
Charles Keck, sculptor
Gorham Manufacturing Company, founder
bronze,
granite base
May 10, 1953 Inscriptions: "Look at Jackson There -- Standing Like a Stonewall" / Brig. Gen. Bec, at the first battle of Manassas / Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson, Lt. General, C.S.A. / Born in Clarksburg, January 21, 1824. Died May 10, 1863. / From Wounds received near Chancellorsville, Virginia, While Fighting For a Cause he Believed to be Just. / A world Renowned Soldier and Military Strategist / Who Walked Humbly With His God"
Erected by the Stonewall Jackson Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy.[119]
A replica of Keck's 1921 statue in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Confederate Soldier Parkersburg CSA memorial.jpg Parkersburg,
City Park
Leon Hermant, sculptor bronze, granite base July 21, 1908 "CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA IN MEMORY OF OUR CONFEDERATE DEAD, ERECTED BY PARKERSBURG CHAPTER UNITED DAUGHTERS OF CONFEDERACY, 1908"

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Sources[edit]

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