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Monuments to the lost cause : women, art, and the landscapes of southern memory

Author: Cynthia Mills; Pamela Hemenway Simpson
Publisher: Knoxville University of Tennessee Press 2003
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia Mills; Pamela Hemenway Simpson
ISBN: 1572332727 9781572332720
OCLC Number: 834195959
Description: XXX, 265 Seiten
Contents: "A strong force of ladies" : women, politics, and Confederate memorial associations in nineteenthcentury Raleigh / Catherine W. Bishir --
Marking Union victory in the South : the construction of the National Cemetery system / Catherine W. Zipf --
Making history : African American commemorative celebrations in Augusta, Georgia, 18651913 / Kathleen Clark --
"Woman's hand and heart and deathless love" : white women and the commemorative impulse in the New South / W. Fitzhugh Brundage --
The great Lee Chapel controversy and the "little group of willful women" who saved the shrine of the South / Pamela H. Simpson --
Monument Avenue, Richmond : a unique American boulevard / Richard Guy Wilson --
Personalizing the political : the Davis family circle in Richmond's Hollywood Cemetery / M. Anna Fariello --
The virtuous soldier : constructing a usable Confederate past in Franklin, Tennessee / David Currey --
The Confederate Monument at Arlington : a token of reconciliation / Karen L. Cox --
Planning a temple to the lost cause : the Confederate "battle abbey" / William M.S. Rasmussen --
Gratitude and gender wars : monuments to the women of the sixties / Cynthia Mills --
Commemorating the color line : the national mammy monument controversy of the 1920s / Micki McElya --
Granite stopped time : Stone Mountain Memorial and the representation of White Southern identity / Grace Elizabeth Hale --
Contesting the sacred : preservation and meaning on Richmond's Monument Avenue / Brian Black and Bryn Varley. Gratitude and gender wars : monuments to the women of the sixties / Cynthia Mills --
Commemorating the color line : the national mammy monument controversy of the 1920s / Micki Mcelya --
Granite stopped time : Sone Mountain Memorial and the representation of white southern identity / Gace Elizabeth Hale --
Contesting the sacred : preservation and meaning on Richmond's Monument Avenue / Brian Black and Bryn Varley.
Responsibility: edited by Cynthia Mills and Pamela H. Simpson

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