Following President Lee's retirement from A&M, he was named Commander-in-Chief of the United Confederate Veterans (UCV) organization.
What does UCV stand for?
UCV stands for United Confederate Veterans
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 21 other meanings of UCV in our Acronym Attic
- Uniting Church Unity and International Mission
- Unified Code for Units of Measure (DICOM)
- University of Cumbria (Carlisle, UK)
- Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research (Office of Undergraduated Studies; University of Utah; Salt Lake City, UT)
- Uncentral Unsteady Unmaintained Fixation (ophthalmological malady)
- Upper Columbia United Tribes (Spokane, WA)
- L'Union du Commerce de Centre-Ville (French: Union of Downtown Commerce; Paris, France)
- Ueda Cable Vision (Japan)
- Ultra Clean Valve
- Union Cycliste Varangéville (cycling club; Lorraine, France)
- Universidad Catolica de Valparaiso
- Universidad Central de Venezuela
- Universidad de Chile - Valparaiso
- Universitatea din Craiova (Romanian: University of Craiova; Craiova, Romania)
- Uncorrected Visual Acuity
- University of Connecticut Volleyball Club
- University of Chicago Velo Club (Illinois)
- Universal Childhood Vaccine Distribution Program
- University Council for Vocational Education (now University Council for Workforce and Human Resource Education)
- Upper Connecticut Valley Hospital
Samples in periodicals archive:
Confederate organizations such as the United Confederate Veterans conducted very effective lobbying efforts, relentlessly pressuring state legislatures to increase the scope of the Confederate welfare state.
Various organizations with region-wide influence such as the United Confederate Veterans and the United Daughters of the Confederacy were formed to disseminate the gospel of the Lost Cause and to encourage the construction and installation of monuments--both individual, as in the case of the many Lee memorials constructed during this period, or monuments to a collective group or idea, such as various commemorations of the virtuous soldier or Southern woman.