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WHAT IS THE UNITED DAUGHTERS OF
The United Daughters of the Confederacy is made up of more than 20,000 women nationwide who are blood descendents, lineal or collateral, of the men and women who served honorably in the Army, Navy or Civil Service of the Confederate States of America or who gave material aid to the cause. Our objects are Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic, and our work is concentrated in these areas.
THE MISSISSIPPI DIVISION UDC
Organized in Meridian, Mississippi, on April 27, 1897, the Mississippi Division United Daughters of the Confederacy has more than 600 members in 28 chapters located throughout the state. Mississippi Daughters work diligently to carry out the objects of our Organization.
DAYS OF OBSERVANCE
According to the Standing Rules of UDC General all bodies of the UDC are to observe annually, when possible, the following special days:
- January 14 Birthday of Commander Matthew Fontaine Maury
- January 19 Birthday of General Robert E. Lee
- January 21 Birthday of General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson
- April 25 Confederate Memorial Day
- June 3 Birthday of Confederate President Jefferson Davis
- Sept 16 Birthday of Admiral Franklin Buchanan
- Sept 27 Birthday of Admiral Raphael Semmes
Published monthly (with the sole exception of a combined June/July issue) by the General Organization of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the UDC MAGAZINE includes messages from the General Officers and news about Division and Chapter activities around the country. For subscription rates and submission information for articles or ads, please click HERE.
Believed to be the oldest continually published Division Newsletter in the General Organization, Mississippi's OUR HERITAGE is published four times each year (February, May, August, and November) and is provided to each member of the Mississippi Division UDC as a benefit of her membership dues.
The deadline for submission of material for publication in the November 2019 issue is midnight on October 23, 2019.
Newsletter will be published November 7.
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This page was last updated on: 8/15/2019
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Year-End Report Forms Have Been Posted Online!
They have been posted to this website to help all of us get a head start on meeting goals and activities that we could put on our year-end reports for NEXT year! Study the blank reports and see what your Chapter could do to meet these suggested challenges during the 2019-2020 UDC year. Maybe our reports next summer will be more complete, but more importantly MS Division will be engaged during the coming year in doing good things in our communities in the name of our beloved UDC.
125th Commemorative Insignia Pin
In celebration of our founding 125 years ago, a new General pin is being offered. This very lovely pin is full of symbolism of our Organization. The pin has a red ribbon which symbolizes the meeting between our two founders Mrs. C.M. Goodlett from Nashville, Tennessee, and Mrs. L.H. Raines from Savannah, Georgia.
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Our Organization has been a mighty force for 125 years, and with the fortitude of our membership we will survive another 125 years. All Daughters are encouraged to order this pin and wear it proudly. When someone asks you about the meaning of the pin, share the story behind it. Let them know that strong Southern women founded our Organization, and that we now carry the torch.
PLEASE NOTE: Unfortunately, the original order was delayed at the engraver. If you paid for this pin and hoped to receive it at the MS Division Workshop in Louisville on Saturday, March 16, please be patient. For more information, contact Division President Pam Mauldin.
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