Mrs. Harold Jay Trammell (Pamela)
President General, UDC
“Daughters Making a Difference”
Thank you for visiting the United Daughters of the Confederacy Official Website. We are proud to announce that our website has recently received a facelift. We hope that you will be pleased with the changes that have been made. We invite our current members to visit the Member’s Only Website where you will find information that will enable you to complete your work at the Chapter, Division and General level.
If you are interested in learning more about our Organization, we invite you to explore the pages of our website where you can learn everything our Organization has to offer. We also invite you to:
- Visit our UDC Memorial Building in Richmond, Virginia. During the years 1955 to 1957, the building was erected as a memorial to the “Women of the Confederacy”. Placed on the National Registry of the Historic Places, we invite you to schedule a visit to see the wonderful items housed within our beautiful building and visit the Helen Walpole Brewer Library where you will find many genealogical records and historical documents.
- Subscribe to the UDC Magazine where one can read informative historical articles regarding the War Between the States as well as the current activities of our members.
In keeping with our objectives, which are Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic, I have chosen as my theme “Daughters Making a Difference”. It is my hope that together we can: continue increasing membership so that our Organization can survive another 150 years, mentor new members so that when we are gone they will have the knowledge they need to assume the offices we have left vacant and lastly touch the lives of those in our communities where we live. Daughters unite with me as Daughters of the Confederacy so that through our actions, we can continue to show to those around us that we are still the United Daughters of the Confederacy and together we can stand united as “Daughters Making a Difference”.Pam Trammell
President General, 2014-2016
For over 60 years, month after month, UDC Magazine has reached out to members to inform, to educate and even to amuse and entertain. The magazine is published 11 times annually. Special features include General Officer columns, historical articles, Confederate Notes, and UDC Division News.
Lest We Forget
The United Daughters of the Confederacy is the outgrowth of many local memorial, monument, and Confederate home associations and auxiliaries to camps of United Confederate Veterans that were organized after the War Between the States.
This Memorial Building and Great Hall, dedicated November 11, 1957, in Richmond, Virginia, honor the women of the Confederate States of America for their loyal devotion, self-sacrifice, adaptability to new tasks, constancy of purpose, exemplary faith in never changing principles. In these qualities reposes the memory of the women of the Confederacy.