Dallas Chapter 6 - United Daughters of the Confederacy

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Official headquaters is located in Richmond, Virginia with chapters located throughout the country. Dallas 6 is the oldest chapter west of the Mississippi. Our chapter was chartered by Katie Cabell Currie Muse, daughter of Brigadier General William Cabell. Katie also founded the Texas Division and served as the fourth President General of the Organization

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Dallas 6 held a tea today and honored President Jefferson Davis.   We were fortunate to bestow a National Defense Medal ...
05/15/2021

Dallas 6 held a tea today and honored President Jefferson Davis. We were fortunate to bestow a National Defense Medal to Mr. Chris Webb from the SCV.

Dallas 6 celebrated our 126th Anniversary today.  We welcomed two new members, bestowed an American Patriot Award and se...
04/10/2021

Dallas 6 celebrated our 126th Anniversary today. We welcomed two new members, bestowed an American Patriot Award and sent in applications for two additional members

April 7, 2021 - the seventh day of Confederate History and Heritage month.  On the morning on April 7, 1862, the Confede...
04/08/2021

April 7, 2021 - the seventh day of Confederate History and Heritage month. On the morning on April 7, 1862, the Confederate Army was shocked to learn of the death of General Albert Sidney Johnston who was mortally wounded the day before during the Battle of Shiloh.

Here is the Texas monument found at the National Battlefield.

April 6, 2021 - The sixth day during Confederate History and Heritage month Remembering the many hundreds of souls burie...
04/07/2021

April 6, 2021 - The sixth day during Confederate History and Heritage month
Remembering the many hundreds of souls buried at the Confederate Cemetery in Vicksburg, Mississippi who perished during the Siege June - July 1963

April 6, 2021 - The sixth day during Confederate History and Heritage month
Remembering the many hundreds of souls buried at the Confederate Cemetery in Vicksburg, Mississippi who perished during the Siege June - July 1963

https://www.al.com/news/2021/04/500000-jefferson-davis-chair-stolen-in-selma-will-be-a-toilet-unless-confederate-group-m...
04/06/2021
$500,000 Jefferson Davis chair stolen in Selma will be a toilet unless Confederate group hangs banner, email claims

https://www.al.com/news/2021/04/500000-jefferson-davis-chair-stolen-in-selma-will-be-a-toilet-unless-confederate-group-meets-demands-email-claims.html
This is a disgraceful act. I will not be able to comment on UDC actions unless our President General makes it public but know we will do what is in the best interest of our Organization. It would be nice if law enforcement would do something about this.

“This incident is sending Selma back into ‘The Twilight Zone,’” the district attorney said. “There’s never a dull moment.”

April 5, 2021 - the fifth day of Confederate History and Heritage month.  The beauty that is Stone Mountain
04/06/2021

April 5, 2021 - the fifth day of Confederate History and Heritage month.
The beauty that is Stone Mountain

April 5, 2021 - the fifth day of Confederate History and Heritage month.
The beauty that is Stone Mountain

April 4, 2021 - the fourth day of Confederate History and Heritage month.   Defuniak Springs, Florida - location of the ...
04/06/2021

April 4, 2021 - the fourth day of Confederate History and Heritage month.
Defuniak Springs, Florida - location of the state's first Confederate Monument

April 3, 2021 - Day 3 of Confederate History and Heritage Month.  They tried but failed.  Our marker in Huntsville, Walk...
04/03/2021

April 3, 2021 - Day 3 of Confederate History and Heritage Month. They tried but failed. Our marker in Huntsville, Walker County will remain

April 3, 2021 - Day 3 of Confederate History and Heritage Month. They tried but failed. Our marker in Huntsville, Walker County will remain

April 2nd - Day 2 of Confederate History and Heritage Month.  Remembering the majesty that was the Lee Monument in Richm...
04/03/2021

April 2nd - Day 2 of Confederate History and Heritage Month. Remembering the majesty that was the Lee Monument in Richmond, Virginia. General Lee still sits high atop Traveller untouched but his pedestal is ridden with graffiti and fences surround what was once a peace piece of land to lounge and admire. This is my last picture from 2019. He remains there while the battle continues in court while his two Generals, Naval Commander and President are gone, pedestals all that remain.

April 2nd - Day 2 of Confederate History and Heritage Month. Remembering the majesty that was the Lee Monument in Richmond, Virginia. General Lee still sits high atop Traveller untouched but his pedestal is ridden with graffiti and fences surround what was once a peace piece of land to lounge and admire. This is my last picture from 2019. He remains there while the battle continues in court while his two Generals, Naval Commander and President are gone, pedestals all that remain.

Today April 1st starts Confederate History month which will culminate with Confederate Memorial Day the last weekend of ...
04/02/2021

Today April 1st starts Confederate History month which will culminate with Confederate Memorial Day the last weekend of the month.

Today we post our monument, erected by Dallas 6 in 1896 in the old City Park. It was later moved to Pioneer Cemetery in 1961 and re-dedicated. In June 2020, it as dismantled and removed by the city of Dallas. It’s multiple pieces are currently stored at Hensley Field in Grand Prairie. A lawsuit remains open to date against the city and office of cultural affairs.

Today April 1st starts Confederate History month which will culminate with Confederate Memorial Day the last weekend of the month.

Today we post our monument, erected by Dallas 6 in 1896 in the old City Park. It was later moved to Pioneer Cemetery in 1961 and re-dedicated. In June 2020, it as dismantled and removed by the city of Dallas. It’s multiple pieces are currently stored at Hensley Field in Grand Prairie. A lawsuit remains open to date against the city and office of cultural affairs.

District IV Confederate Heroes Day - hosted by Dallas 6 - January 17, 2021
01/20/2021

District IV Confederate Heroes Day - hosted by Dallas 6 - January 17, 2021

District IV - Hosted by Dallas 6

District IV - Hosted by Dallas 6
01/20/2021

District IV - Hosted by Dallas 6

Our chapter was pleased to host our annual Lee-Jackson-Maury Brunch.  We gave a short history on current and past statue...
01/16/2021

Our chapter was pleased to host our annual Lee-Jackson-Maury Brunch. We gave a short history on current and past statues on Monument Avenue in Richmond VA, presented a 25-year membership award, bestowed an American Patriot Award/Medal, had a wonderful presentation on Music of the Confederacy, honored our dear departed member. The SCV presented the SCV Lifetime membership award to to a UDC member on behalf of her late husband who we lost in 2019.

Dallas 6 UDC was pleased to attend the re-dedication of the Confederate marker and urn at the Confederate Cemetery in So...
11/14/2020

Dallas 6 UDC was pleased to attend the re-dedication of the Confederate marker and urn at the Confederate Cemetery in South Dallas this morning. Thank you to the. Wm. L. Cabell Camp 1307 for the invitation.

General Lee and the Boy SoldierLajitas Golf Resort – Lajitas, TexasVoices for sale – 1 for $5 or 3 for $12Proceeds to su...
11/08/2020

General Lee and the Boy Soldier
Lajitas Golf Resort – Lajitas, Texas
Voices for sale – 1 for $5 or 3 for $12
Proceeds to support Dallas 6 Historical, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic 2020-2021 Projects
Please make checks payable to Dallas 6 UDC
Contact the Dallas 6 page by private message for information to mail your checks to. Your voices will be mailed upon receipt
Drawing – October 2021 – UDC Division Convention
Winner need not be present
Photo/Mounting credit – Mrs. Margaret Charlesworth

Monument Avenue residents join fight to remove Robert E. Lee statue | News Break
10/31/2020
Monument Avenue residents join fight to remove Robert E. Lee statue | News Break

Monument Avenue residents join fight to remove Robert E. Lee statue | News Break

RICHMOND, Va. (WWBT) - The fight to remove a controversial confederate statue from Richmond is getting some extra legal support. The group is called Circle Neighbors and members say they are tried of being labeled as racist because they live in the shadow of the Robert E. Lee statue. A...

Appeal planned in lawsuit on Richmond Lee statue | News Break
10/31/2020
Appeal planned in lawsuit on Richmond Lee statue | News Break

Appeal planned in lawsuit on Richmond Lee statue | News Break

RICHMOND, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- The plaintiffs in a lawsuit to keep Virginia from removing a statue of Robert E. Lee say they will appeal. They filed a notice of appeal on Thursday, to alert the court they intend to appeal a recent ruling that says Virginia has the authority to remove the statue on Mo...

The City of Greenville Texas and the Audie Murphy musuem took the second action on the monument today and removed the pe...
08/25/2020

The City of Greenville Texas and the Audie Murphy musuem took the second action on the monument today and removed the pedestal. There is also a report that they are perpetuating lies that they offered the monument to the SCV and UDC and we rejected their offer. These are pictures taken of it in January 2020.

Removed by the University of Florida from its location in St. Augustine FL 6:30am 8-23-2020.....These pictures were take...
08/25/2020

Removed by the University of Florida from its location in St. Augustine FL 6:30am 8-23-2020.....These pictures were taken Saturday, August 15th.

Removed by the University of Florida from its location in St. Augustine FL 6:30am 8-23-2020.....These pictures were taken Saturday, August 15th.

I've finally been able to post these pictures and looking at them all, I realize how much this 65 foot monument meant to...
08/22/2020

I've finally been able to post these pictures and looking at them all, I realize how much this 65 foot monument meant to me. I miss it terribly and wish I had taken more time to visit it and take even ore pictures of it as these are the only one I have pre-City of Dallas interference.

I've finally been able to post these pictures and looking at them all, I realize how much this 65 foot monument meant to me. I miss it terribly and wish I had taken more time to visit it and take even ore pictures of it as these are the only one I have pre-City of Dallas interference.

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08/11/2020

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MONUMENT VOTE: Commissioners will soon discuss the possibility of removing a statue dedicated to a confederate general from the county courthouse.

READ MORE: https://tinyurl.com/y2qetsmn

Licensed Guides at Gettysburg raise alarm of "major threat" to Civil War monuments
08/07/2020
Licensed Guides at Gettysburg raise alarm of "major threat" to Civil War monuments

Licensed Guides at Gettysburg raise alarm of "major threat" to Civil War monuments

The Licensed Battlefield Guides at Gettysburg are raising the alarm over a recent vote in the U. S. House of Representatives that would remove Civil War monuments from federal parks nationwide. The decision by the U. S. House would have all Confederate monuments, statues and "commemorative placards"...

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