Confederate Veteran Cross of Honor (for your Confederate ancestor graves): Illustrations and information on ordering an SCV Cross of Honor for your ancestor. Also information about Veteran Administration procedures to receive a CSA Headstone for your ancestor.
Confederate Veteran Magazine 1893-1932 On Line: The Confederate Veteran was published monthly from 1893 to 1932. The magazine primarily contained articles pertaining to various Confederate Veteran organizations. However, it did have a special section called the "Roll Call." Nancie O'Sullivan has generously volunteered to transcribe many of the articles from this section.
International Headquarters, Sons of Confederate Veterans: Information about the International organization and links to sites of interest.
Army of Tennessee, Sons of Confederate Veterans: The Department to which the Georgia Division belongs.
Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans: Information and links to Georgia SCV sites.
8th Brigade, Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans: Our Brigade website.
9th Brigade, Georgia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans: Our neighbor brigade to the west.
SCV Weekly News Analysis:
Links to other Confederate and Southern sites of interest:
Confederate Clip Art: Our thanks to the Savage/Goodner Camp in TN for some Confederate graphics.
Confederate Ancestor Research: A "how to begin" page dedicated to helping you locate information about your Confederate ancestors and their regiments.
Confederate Flag History An illustrated history of the various flags of the Confederacy.
Confederate Generals-Biographies: A site with the biographies of many of the generals of the CSA. Some with photos.
Confederate Generals-Portraits: A site with portraits of many famous CSA military leaders.
Confederate History Curriculum-A Southern View of History: The Other Side of the Coin: Updated June 2004. This work is posted so that all may have access to this information, to study and to learn the truth about "The War for Southern Independence, also referred to as "The War Against Northern Aggression" or "The War Between States." It was not a "Civil War" and it was not a war to abolish or preserve slavery. If you learned or are learning about the "Civil War" in school you need to review our curriculum. You will be amazed at the facts left out of nearly all the textbooks. Students, parents, teachers, administrators, school boards, and citizens...we encourage you to review our curriculum, check out many of the referenced readings and draw your own conclusions. We believe the facts will speak for themselves. (Soon to be offered for High School credit)
Confederate Monuments of Georgia: A page which shows and describes many Confederate Soldier Monuments in the great state of Georgia.
Confederate Society of America: southern nationalist organization, dedicated to preserving the Confederate heritage
CSA-Net: The sites main purpose is to promote Southern heritage and education. This site started around Thanksgiving 1995 with our first humble postings and has grown to be a site often imitated, but never quite duplicated
Dates in Confederate History: Every day is a great day to fly a CSA flag. This page will give you many specific reasons to remember our Confederate heroes and to proudly fly the flag.
Dixie Broadcasting: At DixieBroadcasting, we have undertaken the ambitious step of making your station "free-listening"! That means that we do not charge our listeners to receive the broadcast! What does this mean for the Southern Cause? ...the opportunity to get our message out and awaken literally millions to the Cause of the South, which is really the Cause of Liberty!
Dixie Net-League of the South: From their Website: We Seek to Advance the Cultural, Social, Economic, and Political Well Being and Independence of the Southern People by all Honorable Means.
Dixie Rising: Your site for Free Southern e-greetings (e-Cards, e-Letters and e-Grams).
Ellen Payne Odom Genealogy Library in Moultrie, Georgia is an archival and genealogical repository for over 90 Scottish Clan Societies and a tremendous amount of genealogy information. You can also sign up for the Family Tree a bi-monthly publication. The publication is free, but they do ask an annual donation to cover the postage to mail this to you. It is well worth a $10 annual donation.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the SCV, Confederate States of America, and our ancestors. This is an unofficial draft posted to help you get started with research and understanding of the War Between the States using a question and answer format (with suggested readings).
Georgia and Confederate Military History : Resources and links to many regimental histories and WBTS sites relating to Georgia and the Confederacy.
Georgia Archives Confederate Muster Rolls
Georgia Pension Records: Georgia State University is undertaking this community service project to provide access to the Georgia Department of Archives and History's collection of microfilmed pension records of Georgia confederate civil war veterans and their widows.
Georgia State Confederate Military Records: An on line resource searchable by last name.
Gravestone Care: A handbook for gravestone etiquette, conservation, and preservation. Learn how to properly clean and care for old headstones.
Heritage Preservation Association: national nonprofit organization utilizing educational resources along with legal and political action to protect and preserve the symbols, culture and heritage of the American South.
Moultrie, Georgia: A site dedicated to a great southern community. Visit the site and visit our community.
Museum of Colquitt County History: A site which includes a visual tour of this Southwest Georgia Museum. Several pages on the Confederate Room are featured.
Point Lookout POW page: dedicated to those men, women, and children who suffered while imprisoned at Point Lookout Prison Camp for Confederates from 1863 to 1865 in the state of Maryland during the War for Southern Independence
Recommended Reading: A list of books that deal with Southern History and Culture including the Confederate States of America written from the Southern perspective. Warning: Reading of books on this list just might cause you to understand the true reasons the Southern soldier fought and why we continue to honor our Confederate ancestors! Must readings for Southerners who want to know the truth about their history.
Regimental and Confederate Histories index: maintained by the John K. McNeill camp.
Society of Southern Scots: Come join thousands of Southern Scottish-Americans who foster a deeper understanding of the South's Scottish Americans who helped play a role in the founding of this nation.
Southern-Confederate songs on the www: Sites that will have words and music. Many files can be down loaded that allow you to experience the music of the Confederacy (some may have some yankee tunes too). Songs of the Confederacy, American Civil War Songs, Confederate Music, Confederate Southern Music, Songs of the South, , variations of Dixie in midi format.
Southern Comfort-Civil War History: A site with intensive listings of information, books, diaries, letters, photographs and other items relating the the Southern people involved in the War for Independence of 1861-1865.
Southern Party of Georgia: A grass roots effort to restore Good Government for the People of Georgia
The Southern American: A Southern-Christian Information website.
United Daughters of the Confederacy: Home page and informational links about this Confederate Heritage organization.
Working With Schools and Communities Project (WWSCP): An internet SCV committee developed this information to help SCV camps around the country conduct educational programs on Southern History and Culture within their local schools and communities
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