Address at the unveiling of the Confederate monument, at Raleigh, N.C., May 20th, 1895 by Waddell, Alfred M.

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Statementby Alfred Moore Waddell
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Pagination21 p. ;
Number of Pages21
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Description: This foot-tall monument to fallen Confederate soldiers is located on the State Capitol grounds. At the top of the column is a statue depicting 1895 book Confederate artillery soldier holding a gun. Near the bottom of the column are two statues, one representing the Confederate infantry and the other a Confederate cavalryman.

Subject notes: This monument was the first in North Carolina to honor the women of the Civil War era. After several failed attempts to erect a monument to Confederate women, due to insufficient fundraising and state appropriation, the monument was made possible by a donation from Colonel Ashley Horne, who died before it was unveiled.

Mason, Thomas W. Address of Hon. T.W. Mason Before the Ladies' Memorial Association at the Laying of the Corner-Stone of the Confederate Monument, Raleigh, NC,(Raleigh: E.M. Uzzell, ), (accessed February 8, ) Link.

Lot 1 (One) Unveiling of the Monument to the Confederate Dead Unveiling of the Monument to the Confederate Dead of Alexandria, Virginia. Speeches of Capt. Raleigh T. Daniel, and Gov. Fitzhugh Lee. Inv. Lot 1 (One) A Memoir. The Last Year of War for Independence C.S.A.

Early, Jubal A. [Lieutenant General]. This week for Flashback Friday we feature a tinted white border postcard depicting the capital city’s iconic At Raleigh Monument. The grandiose foot tall granite obelisk was the second monument to be erected on Capitol Square, and has anchored the head of Hillsboro St.

since Postmarked Raleigh, — Arrived here this A.M. and expect to leave to-morrow or within a. The Confederate Monument, University of North Carolina, commonly known as Silent Sam, is a bronze statue of a Confederate soldier by Canadian sculptor John A.

Wilson, which stood on the historic McCorkle Place of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) from until it was pulled down by protestors in Its former location has been described as "the front door" of the Artist: John A.

Wilson. During the War between the States, there were "Soldiers Aid Societies", throughout North Carolina, and the whole the War, Memorial Associations were organized wherever there was a grave to be cared for, or a living soldier to help. Inthe "Columbus Times" of Georgia, called on the whole South to observe as Memorial Day, April 26th, the day Gen.

Joseph E. Johnson. OnAlfred M. Waddell 1 gave the address for the unveiling of the towering Confederate monument there. He glorified the monument as a symbol of Christian civilization, historical memory, freedom, and ultimately, white superiority. According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, there are at least public spaces with Confederate monuments in North Carolina.

Governor Roy Cooper "has called for the removal of monuments honoring Confederate soldiers and generals", including the Chapel Hill Silent Sam statue. He has called for the repeal of a law requiring legislative approval to remove Confederate monuments. Address at the unveiling of the Confederate monument, at Raleigh, N.C., May 20th, / by Alfred Moore Waddell.

Wilmington, N.C.: LeGwin Bros., Alfred Moore Waddell was a North Carolina lawyer and politician before and after the Civil War. A history of New Hanover County and the lower Cape Fear region by Alfred M Waddell (Book) 17 editions published between and in English and held by.

Includes a telegram (November 3, ) from N. Lamb of Raleigh, informing General Pillow (at the time, a Confederate brigadier in Tennessee) that Capt.

Sawyer’s rifles were finished, and that Pillow’s order rifles would be ready within a year. The Women of the Confederacy Monument was dedicated on J Gov. Locke Craig delivered the dedicatory address. In the typical oratory of the period Gov.

Craig described the “epic” significance of the monument’s components with its “themes of heroism and devotion” and the “inheritance of children of the South from the sacrifice of their grandmothers to the swords of.

In a piece for Facing South, writer Greg Huffman describes a record of the memorial in the UDC’s own book “North Carolina’s Confederate Monuments and Memorials:” “IN COMMEMORATION OF THE ‘KU KLUX KLAN’ DURING THE RECONSTRUCTION PERIOD FOLLOWING THE ‘WAR BETWEEN THE STATES’ THIS MARKER IS PLACED ON THEIR ASSEMBLY GROUND.

Edward R. Tyler Delivered by the author at the unveiling of a monument to the Confederate Dead of Bertie County, at Windsor, N. C., in August, Bertie County was formed from Albermarle inand was named for James and Henry Bertie, two of the Lords Proprietors.

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(Alfred Moore), An. Bell, Landon C. “An Address at Johnson’s Island, in Memory of the Confederate Soldiers Who While Prisoners Died and Are Buried on the Island.” N.p., Black, James C. “Address of J.

Black, at the Unveiling of the Hill Statue, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1, ” Southern Historical Society Papers 14 (): Cited by: 3. Confederate States of America -- Soldiers' monuments; Filed under: Soldiers' monuments -- Southern States. Report of Committee on Ceremonies Incident to The Unveiling of The Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, at Richmond, Va., May 30th, (), by United Confederate Veterans Virginia Division.

multiple formats at ; page images at. Most of the Confederate monuments concerned were built in periods of racial conflict, such as when Jim Crow laws were being introduced in the late 19th century and at the start of the 20th century or during the Civil Rights Movement of the s and s. These two periods also coincided with the 50th anniversary and the American Civil War Centennial.

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The United Confederate Veterans—The Fourth Official Report of Joseph Jones, M. D., LL. D., Surgeon General, covering the period extending from April 9,to July,with report of Camps of the Organization, with list of officers, number of inmates, etc., and recommendations toward the augmentation of the efficiency and beneficence of the Camps, Rendered at the Fourth Annual Meeting.

The Charlotte Democrat. [volume] (Charlotte, N.C.), Image 3, brought to you by University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Library, Chapel. Martin's Brigade, [From the Raleigh (N. C) Slate, November 6, ] MARTIN'S BRIGADE, OF HOKE'S DIVISION, In the fall ofBrigadier-General James G.

Martin, commanding the district of North Carolina, with headquarters at Kingston, was, by the Secretary of War, directed to organize a brigade from the troops in his district. Kill Devil Hills (N.C.);Dare County (N.C.);Bodie Island (N.C.);Wright Brothers National Memorial (N.C.).

By these women, with assistance on practical matters from "experienced gentlemen," oversaw the completion of the state's official monument to the Confederate soldier.8 On 20 Maysome thirty thousand people gathered from across the state for the unveiling of the seventy-five-foot monument that rose at the west end of Union Square, the.

Contents: Historical sketch of the Ladies Memorial Association of New Bern, by Rev. Vass -- Biographical sketch of Gen. James Johnston Pettigrew, by Capt. Graham -- Address on unveiling the Confederate Monument, by Rev.

Vass -- Poem, "Dux foemina facti," by Mrs. Mary Bayard Clarke -- Proceedings at the unveiling of the monument. A Bibliography for Charlotte Hawkins Brown and the Palmer Memorial Institute Manuscript Collections CHB and PMI Files, N.C.

Department of Cultural Resources, Charlotte Hawkins Brown Museum. CHB Papers, Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library, Radcliffe College, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Commission on Interracial Cooperation Papers, Trevor Arnett Library, Atlanta University.

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Bagley was the first United States naval officer killed in the Spanish American War in A graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy, he was Raleigh native and grandson of William Henry Bagley, private secretary to Governor Jonathan Worth.

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