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Fort Blakeley Camp #1864, Sons of Confederate Veterans is based in Baldwin County, Alabama. As the name implies, the SCV is made up of living descendants of the soldiers and civil servants of the Confederate States of America. If you live in the South, it's very likely that one or more of your ancestors fought in the War for Southern Independence or at the bare minimum were affected by it. We study and promote the true history of the Confederate States of America and of the men and women who sacrificed their all in a struggle for what was their constitutional right as citizens of sovereign states - freedom and independence from what even then was in their view a Federal Government out of control and for their very right to exist as a nation.


cannonSCV Charge To you, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we will commit the vindication of the cause for which we fought. To your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldier's good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles which he loved and which you love also, and those ideals which made him glorious and which you also cherish." -Lt. Gen. Stephen Dill Lee, Commander General, United Confederate Veterans, Apr. 15, 1906


graveGrave SearchOur grave finder searches through the Sons of Confederate Veterans database, the Veteran Affairs database, and Find-a-Grave to help find information on a person all in one place. It might give you the grave location information, soldier information, gravesite pictures, or more. It can be of excellent help with ancestral research. Note: If it finds too many entries, your may not be listed and more information may be needed to narrow search. If search returns too little data, try a more broad search. Remember, some soldiers may have only been recorded with first or first and middle initials instead of names. Try it here.






21 Aug 2018 21:27:36 GMT

Washington Post

'Silent Sam is down': Crowd topples Confederate statue at UNC
Washington Post
A crowd toppled a Confederate statue at the University of North Carolina on Monday night, with cheers and smoke bombs filling the air. The monument — called Silent Sam — had long been a target of students and others, a symbol of a once-honored past ...
'Silent Sam' Confederate Statue Is Toppled at University of North CarolinaNew York Times
More than 200 protesters topple a Confederate statue at the University of North CarolinaVox
Protesters topple Confederate 'Silent Sam' statue on US campusAljazeera.com
NPR -Minneapolis Star Tribune -The Daily Tar Heel -NBC News
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Statesman Journal

Black man assaulted after Confederate flag dispute at country festival
Statesman Journal
The three men were in a black Ford pickup driving through the festival camping area, waving a large Confederate flag before the Kid Rock concert, according to Linn County Sheriff Jim Yon. The 18-year-old victim was walking in the area and yelled ...
Black teen attacked at country music fest by man in pickup with Confederate flagSacramento Bee
Black teen attacked over Confederate flag at country music festival in Oregon, police sayOregonLive.com
Deputies: Black teen assaulted by Confederate flag waverKOIN.com

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CNN

Protesters knock down Confederate statue at UNC
CNN
A crowd of about 250 protesters on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's campus knocked over the controversial Silent Sam Confederate statue, according to the university. Source: CNN ...


Wausau Daily Herald

Mosinee LogJam spokeswoman: 'Nothing new' about Confederate flag display
Wausau Daily Herald
Milwaukee folk duo Nickel&Rose, who performed at this year's LogJam Festival, took to Facebook last week to speak out against Confederate flags that flew on the festival's grounds. LogJam aims to celebrate the city's history and, among other ...


Courier Journal

As statues come down, Confederate cemetery near Louisville goes unnoticed
Courier Journal
As the nation considers what to do with its Confederate statues, one possible solution is to move them to cemeteries, like the two statues of Confederate soldiers that were recently moved from downtown Lexington to the men's final resting place in ...


News 5 Cleveland

Lorain protest intensifies over the sale of the Confederate flag at the county fair
News 5 Cleveland
LORAIN, Ohio - The battle over the sale of the Confederate flag at the Lorain County Fair reached yet another peak after someone posted a Confederate flag on a billboard protesting its sale. The billboard located on Route 57, just south of Route 254 ...

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UNC Chapell Hill

Message from Chancellor Folt on the Confederate Monument
UNC Chapell Hill
As you are probably aware, a group from among an estimated crowd of 250 protesters brought down the Confederate Monument on our campus last night. The monument has been divisive for years, and its presence has been a source of frustration for many ...


ArchDaily

Six Artistic Visons for Replacing Confederate Monuments
ArchDaily
In response to the question of how the United States should treat the monuments to Civil War Confederate figures which are dotted throughout the country, The New York Times commissioned six artists to re-imagine what could replace the controversial ...


The Daily Tar Heel

Q&A with author of BlacKkKlansman focuses on race relations, confederate monuments and Trump
The Daily Tar Heel
DTH: The Confederacy was mentioned many times in this movie. My university, the University of North Carolina, is home to one of the many controversial confederate statues in this nation. How do you feel about Confederate statues? Are you for or against ...
Boots Riley on Twitter: "Ok. Here's are some thoughts on #Blackkklansman. Contains spoilers, so don't read it if you ...Twitter
Black culture isn't the problem – systemic inequality isThe Guardian

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WFMYNews2.com

Confederate Statue Torn Down At UNC
WFMYNews2.com
Confederate Statue Torn Down At UNC. Unable to load video. Several hundred people gathered on the University of North Carolina's campus Monday night to protest the "Silent Sam" statue. Published: 10:42 PM EDT August 20, 2018 ...














































































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