Edith D. Pope and her Nashville friends : guardians of the lost cause in the Confederate veteran / John A. Simpson.

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Simpson, John A., 1949-
Published: Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, [2003], ©2003.
Physical Description:xv, 276 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Format: Book
  • I have often read of war, but I have never felt it before : Pope family ties to the Confederate heritage
  • We are feeling the loss of our editor very keenly : the struggle for editorial control
  • There is much error yet to be corrected : continuity and change in the new Confederate veteran
  • One grand whole of sisterhood : the Daughters unite
  • Always pleasant, always present : years of leadership in Nashville No. 1
  • What are you, a lot of organized anarchists? The Nashville Daughters as clubwomen
  • The end is here : the Confederate veteran passes into history
  • It's your story. Tell it your way : guardian of the lost cause
  • Southern to the core : the unpretentious legacy of Edith Drake Pope
  • Appendix A. Membership roster of Nashville No. 1
  • Appendix B. Membership profiles of Nashville No. 1
  • Appendix C. Location of meetings by year during the lifetime of Edith Drake Pope
  • Appendix D. Direct lineal ancestors of Edith Drake Pope
  • Appendix E. Nashville residency pattern of Edith Drake Pope.