Every year, thousands of young girls and leaders visit the city of Savannah to pay homage to the matriarch of the Girl Scouting movement, Juliette Gordon Low. Juliette Gordon Low, born Juliette Magill Kinzie Gordon, was born in Savannah October 31, 1860. She was the second of six children of William Washington Gordon and Eleanor Kinzie Gordon. Her father was a Confederate Captain during the Civil War and a Brigadier General during the Spanish American War. Her mother's family came from Illinois and played an important role in the founding of Chicago. Juliette Gordon Low was affectionately called "Daisy" by all family and friends throughout her life. The Juliette Gordon Low Walking Tour and Guide is broken down into five Savannah locations: The birthplace and childhood home of Juliette Gordon Low, the Andrew Low House, the first headquarters of the Girl Scouts of America, Christ Church, and the grave of Juliette Gordon Low.