While recent events have focused on the United Daughters of the Confederacy's monument building efforts in the early 20th Century, Dr. Karen Cox argues that the Daughters had a far-reaching agenda with implications for race relations that are still with us today. Discover the UDC's work--especially its efforts to shape the worldview of young white southerners--during the organization's heyday between 1894 and World War I.
Throughout the year, the museum hosts authors who discuss their latest works. Learn more about the American Civil War and its legacies while engaging with authors in Q&A.
Time: Generally at 12:00 or 1:00 pm.
Date: Generally on Friday or Saturday afternoons.
Cost: Generally, book talks are included with Museum admission.