The Confederacy's Daughters Dance In Our Heads (1)
HISTORY AND MEMORY Myth-Making That Has Blighted Lives for Over a Century. Part 1.
This tale begins with a story about a statue in a small town in Georgia.
If you think you already know where this is going, sit comfortably, and prepare to be surprised.
Mostly, I’m writing, as I normally do in Tales posts, about a single book by an academic historian. Dixie’s Daughters, by Dr. Karen L. Cox, is about the United Daughters of the Confederac…
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