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The SCV has been charged with two tasks we take very seriously. The first is the remembrance and to uphold the legacy that our ancestors fought for during the Civil War. Our second charge is to educate people about the Civil War and the reasons our ancestors choose to defend their State and the Confederate States of America by placing their very lives in harms way.

This section of our website contains an assortment of web pages, and other various files that explain the Confederate Cause and why we hold that Cause in such high esteem.

We realize that to some, some of these topics are, shall we say, controversial. All we ask is that you take in this information with an open mind. We invite our camp brothers to contribute to this page with anything they may like to share. Submissions, if requested, can be posted anonymously after approval of the club officers. Please consider contributing to our website! 

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The War Comes to Conyers Station

The Birth of the United Confederate Veterans

The Thin Gray Line

The Rebel Yell

The Southern Cross of Honor

The Flags that have flown over Georgia

To Be Or Not To Be: Was Secession Legal?

Negros & The Confederacy

Lincoln The Racist

What the film Lincoln Misses

How The War Between The States has a direct link to
Climate Change and the Gas Crisis

These are links that will direct you to web pages that is not on our web site.

The Constitution of the Confederate States of America
as digitially presented by Wikisource

The 1865 Hampton Roads Secret Peace Conference
This is a must-read document for anyone who studies the Civil War. This is the story of an ultra-secret peace conference, proposed by one of Lincoln’s aides. Lincoln himself attended the conference as well as Confederate Vice-President Alexander H. Stephens. To maintain absolute secrecy, notes and records were forbidden, but afterwards, Stephens wrote about it in his book “A Constitutional View Of The Late War Between The States: Its Causes, Character, Conduct And Results Presented In A Series Of Colloquies At Liberty Hall”. This little known peace conference is startling and enlightening about Lincoln’s true motives and feelings about the war as well as emancipation of the Slaves.

The Richmond Daily Dispatch

The Richmond Daily Dispatch is the result of a National Leadership Grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and collaboration between the University of Richmond, Tufts University's Perseus Project, and the Virginia Center for Digital History. There are currently 1384 issues of the paper available online, ranging in date from November 1860 through December 1865.

Vanishing Georgia
Vanishing Georgia comprises nearly 18,000 photographs that span over 100 years of Georgia history. Designed primarily for preservation, the project located, selected, and copied historically significant photographs held by individuals who wanted to share their pieces of the past with future generations.

Southern Heritage 411
Southern Heritage 411 Inc. is a corporation founded to inform the public about Southern Heritage from the perspective of the hundreds of thousands of black people who love and support the South, its people, its customs, and its history.

Sherman's Atlanta Campaign and March to the Sea

William T. Sherman's tactics of “scorched earth” inflicted damage on the civilian population of Georgia. Homes and farms burned, all their livestock stolen or shot, fields destroyed and all their belongings destroyed or shipped north for personal gain by the Union soldiers. A name, to this day, is still despised by Georgians and South Carolinians. A study of Sherman's campaigns had contributed significantly to Heinz Guderian's doctrine of Blitzkrieg and Rommel's theory of strategy and tactics in mechanized warfare during World War II.

Georgia's Virtual Vault
Digital Treasures from the Georgia Archive

Georgia Confederate Military History Resource

Confederate Heritage Month Information

The "King Lincoln" Archive

Confederate Poetry

Songs of the Confederacy

A Southern View of The War for Southern Independence

Georgia Confederate Military Units

Preserving Confederate Memory

The War for Southern Independence: Research Online

United States Department of Veteran Services Burial Search Database

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