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Lt. James T. Woodward Camp 1399
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Warner Robins, Georgia
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Southern Heritage Links & Suggested Reading 

The Sons of Confederate Veterans, as a non-profit heritage preservation organization, is non-political. Our duty is to assure that the true history of the South and the Confederate soldier is presented to future generations. Accordingly, these links are provided as a resource only. The SCV does not necessarily endorse all the views espoused by other organizations or individuals and is affiliated with no other organizations. We cannot control the material posted on these websites but nevertheless want to offer this convenient list of links.  See also the Suggested reading list for greater background.

Southern Heritage Links || Research & Reference Links || Suggested Reading

Flags of the CSA - God Save the South!

Charge to the Sons Of Confederate Veterans

" To you Sons of Confederate Veterans, we submit the vindication of the cause for which we fought; to your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldiers' good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles he loved and which made him glorious and which you also cherish. Remember, it is your duty to see that the true history of the south is presented to future generations ." 
    Lt. General Stephen Dill Lee, Commander General, United Confederate Veterans,
New Orleans, Louisiana, 1906

God Save the South!

Southern Heritage Links

Sons of Confederate Veterans National
SCV - Georgia Division - Camp Locator

SCV Camps :
Camp of the Unknown Soldier Camp #2218 - Clinton, GA
Gen. Edward Dorr Tracy, Jr. Camp #18 - Macon, GA
John K. McNeill Camp #674 - Moultrie, GA
General A.H. Colquitt "Fire Eaters" Camp #1958 - Newton GA

United Daughters of the Confederacy

Heritage Preservation Association

Confederate.org ||Battleflag.org ||The Southern Messenger

Confederate Secessionists || Southern Party of GA

 

The Southern Chronicle - TV program on Cox Channel 18 (Macon/Warner Robins, GA)

SCV Camp 1399 E-Group (requires membership)
Bud Cranford's Confederate Site

League of the South ||Georgia League of the South

SCV - Constitution || Defending the Colors - Advancing the Colors

SCV - Resolution Against Racial Supremacists & Flag Desecration

Confederate Society of America

Research & Reference Links

War for Southern Independence Links    || Best WBTS Links

War for Southern Independence

Macon Daily Telegraph 1860-1865 (Macon, GA)Online at Virginia Tech

Georgia Historical Markers by County (UGA) - GA Civil War Markers

About Round Oak - Jones County Site of the Battle of Sunshine Church

Sherman's March Through Georgia (NPS)

Griswoldville Marker (UGA) || Griswoldville
You were Lied to about Nathan Bedford Forrest

Mapquest - Interactive maps online.  GA DOT Maps

Federalist Papers Search || U.S. Constitution || Amendments || Second Amendment database Search || Government Educational Links

The Constitution Society

Official Georgia Code Search

Bible Search

National Parks Service - Civil War Soldiers & Sailors (search by soldier name or unit)

Military Units of Georgia | Georgia Confederate Units

Confederate Military Units
History 6th GA Infantry Company C "Beauregard Rifles" - (1878) Houston County by Wendell Croom
Muster Roll Company A - 1st Alabama Infantry "Tallapoosa Rifles"
Muster Roll & Unit History: Company C - 59th Georgia Infantry "Arthur Greys" Taylor County
Muster Roll: Company K - 59th Georgia Infantry "Lockett Volunteers" Bibb County
Muster Roll: Company A - 59th Georgia Infantry "Confederate Volunteers" Decatur County
Muster Roll: Company E - 59th Georgia Infantry "Cotton Planter Guards" Clay County
Muster Roll: Company F - 59th Georgia Infantry "Worth Infantry" Worth County
Muster Roll: Company G - 59th Georgia Infantry "Sidney Johnstons" Marion County
Muster Roll: Company H - 59th Georgia Infantry "Jack Browns" Marion County
Company A, 10th GA Infantry Batallion, Macon County Guards
Muster Roll: Company A - 55th Georgia Infantry "Raldolph Guards" Randolph County
Muster Roll: Company G - 64th Georgia Infantry Bibb & Terrell County
Muster Roll: Company A - 60th Georgia Infantry Meriwether County (Co. E, 2nd NC Batn)

1908 Confederate Census Houston County GA

Confederate Memorial Day in Georgia (UGA) || CMD in Macon (photo)

Confederate States Constitution  (from civilwarhome.com)

Georgia Constitution Webpage (UGA)

Confederate States Info (from civilwarhome.com)

"Civil" War Links

Cyndi's Link Lists - War for Southern Independence

Jefferson Davis Documents  || Rice University Links

LSU Links

Internet Hoaxes - government site listing dozens of Internet hoaxes (viruses, taxes, schemes, etc.)

Suggested Reading

Was Jefferson Davis Right?

by James Ronald Kennedy & Walter Donald Kennedy (Pelican Press)

War for What?

by Francis W. Springer (Nippert Publishing)

The South Was Right!

by James Ronald Kennedy & Walter Donald Kennedy (Pelican Press)

Federalist Papers [ searchable! ]

Declaration of Independence

U.S. Constitution | Amendments

Facts Historians Leave Out - A Confederate Primer

The Coming of the Glory

by John S. Tilley

The Antifederalist Papers and the Constitutional Convention Debates
Edited with an Introduction by Ralph Ketchum, 2003
AntiFederalist Papers - constitution.org

The Gray Fox - Robert E. Lee and his generals

by Burke Davis (Wings Books)

Footprints of a Regiment - A recollection of the 1st Georgia Regiment 1861-1865

by W.H. Andrews, 1st Sergeant, Company M (Longstreet Press)

WITH SWORD and SCALPEL - The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon (Electronic version)

by John Allan Wyeth (Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1914)

Reminiscences of the Civil War
by General John B. Gordon (Electronic version)

Camp Fires of Georgia Troops, 1861-1865

by William S. Smelmund (Sharpsburg GA)

The Essential Thomas Jefferson

Edited, with an introduction, by John Gabriel Hunt

Robert E. Lee's Civil War

by Bevin Alexander (Adams Media Corp.)

The Living Lincoln - The Man, his mind, his times and the war he fought, reconstructed from his own writings

Edited by Paul M. Angle

Southern History of the War

by Edmund A. Pollard (Fairfax Press)

The Real Lincoln

by Charles L.C. Minor (Sprinkle Publications)

The Federal Government: Its True Nature & Character
by Apel P. Upshur (St. Thomas Press)

Reminiscences of the Civil War
by General John B. Gordon (Electronic version)

A Disquisition on Government

Discourses on the Constitution

by John C. Calhoun

The Gray Book

by Arthur H. Jennings

The Essential Calhoun

by Clyde N. Wilson

The American Ideal of 1776: The Twelve Basic American Principles

by Hamilton Abert Long (1976 Your Heritage Books, Inc.)

Lincoln Reconsidered : Essays on the Civil War Era

by David Herbert Donald (Vintage Books)

A Defense of Virginia and Through Her the South

by Rev. R. L. Dabney

Joseph Sobran - Slavery in Perspective

Thomas Sowell - Re-runs of ROOTS

Principles of Confederacy

by John Remington Graham

The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government

by Jefferson Davis

A Yankee Apology  - Article from Southern Partisan, Q2-1997

An Abolitionist Defends the South - by Thomas DiLorenzo

Is Davis A Traitor?

by Albert Taylor Bledsoe (1879 Advocate Publishing House, St. Louis)

The Slave Trade - The Story of the Atlantic Slave Trade 1440-1870

by Hugh Thomas (Simon & Schuster)

Georgia In the War

by Charles E. Jones (1865 Foote & Davies, Atlanta)

Confederate Military History - Georgia Volume

by Gen. John B. Gordon, edited by Gen. Clement A. Evans

Civil War Macon - The History of a Confederate City

by Richard W. Iobst, PhD (Mercer University Press 1999)

Sherman's Horsemen - Union Calvary Operations in the Atlanta Campaign

by David Evans (more about this book)

A Southern View of the Invasion of the Southern States

by Captain S.A. Ashe (Raleigh, N.C.)

Last Chance for Victory:
Robert E. Lee & the Getttysburg Campaign

by Bill Ward & Scott Bowden ( more about this book) 

"The South Under Siege 1830 - 2000: A History of the Relations Between the North and the South" 

by Frank Conner
(Website: http://collards.phantacom.net/b001.htm )

John Griffin's Suggested List  http://www.scv674.org/books.htm

"Warriors of the Wiregrass"
By John A. Griffin
  http://www.scv674.org/
Order your copy of "Warriors of the Wiregrassa soft-bound, 8-1/2 x 11 publication, consisting 500+ pages, covering the history of 14 Regiments Georgia Regiments: 1st Volunteer Infantry Regiment, 4th Cavalry (Clinch), 10th Battalion Infantry, 11th Cavalry-State Guards, 20th Battalion Cavalry, 20th Volunteer Infantry, 29th Volunteer Infantry, 49th Volunteer Infantry, 50th Volunteer Infantry, 54th Volunteer Infantry, 61st Volunteer Infantry, 63rd Volunteer Infantry. 64th Volunteer Infantry, and Coffee County Revengers Local Defense Unit.....

When in the Course of Human Events:
Arguing the Case for Southern Secession

by Charles Adams
(New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2000) [ Excellent Review ]

The Real Lincoln
by Thomas DiLorenzo ( more about this book) 

Barnes & Noble

Griswoldville by William Harris Bragg

(Mercer University Press, 2000) [ About Bragg ]

Joe Brown's Pets: The Georgia Militia in the Civil War

by William Harris Bragg with William R. Scaife

(Civil War Publications, 1999)

Emancipating Slaves, Enslaving Free Men: A History of the American Civil War by Jeffery Rogers Hummel (Open Court, 1996)

Reminiscences of the Civil War

by General John B. Gordon, with an Introduction by Gen. Stephen D. Lee

(Charles Scribner's & Sons, Atlanta, 1904)Published online UNC-CH

FICTION

 

Guns of the South by Harry Turtledove

How Few Remain by Harry Turtledove

Gods and Generals by Jeff Shaara [www.godsandgenerals.com ]
The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara
The Last Full Measure by Jeff Shaara

 

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