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Book Talk: Dixie's Daughters

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.

Book Talk: Dixie's Daughters