A few poignant lines from "The Battle Hymn of the Republic."
If I may be so bold to add to your collection.
In my Southern birthplace the following was the last thing broadcast on the local television station prior to signing off for the evening. It was accompanied by films of our local wildlife and cultural events interspersed with a waving American Flag.
It also pays to open ones mind to the perspective of a typical southerner during the Civil War. Most were not slave owners, but hard working farmers struggling to make a living like so many other small farmers and ranchers of the day. All of them loved their families dearly.