Southern History

Notable Members of the SCV

List of members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans President Harry Truman American football coach Bear Bryant Academy Award winner Clint Eastwood Notable members of Sons of Confederate Veterans have included: Trace Adkins (born 1962), American country singer-songwriter[1] Ellis Arnall (1907–1992), Georgia governor[2] Gresham Barrett (born 1961), U.S. representative from South Carolina[citation needed] Omar Bradley (1893–1981), 1st Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff[citation needed] Bear Bryant (1913–1983), an American college football coach[citation needed] Phil Bryant (born 1954), Mississippi governor[3] Pat Buchanan (born 1938), American journalist, writer, media consultant, and U.S. presidential candidate[2] Gregg Cherry (1891–1957), North Carolina governor[2] John Courson (born 1944), South Carolina state senator[4] Charlie Daniels (born 1936), American country singer-songwriter[citation needed] Hugh Dorsey (1871–1948), Georgia governor[citation needed] Clint Eastwood (born 1930), American film actor, director, producer, composer, pianist, and politician[5] Charles Farnsley (1907–1990), U.S. representative from Kentucky[2] Orval Faubus (1910–1994), Arkansas governor[2] Murphy Foster (born 1930), Louisiana governor[citation needed] MacDonald Gallion (1913–2007), Alabama attorney general[2] Virgil Goode (born 1946), Representative from Virginia and U.S. presidential candidate[citation needed] Marvin Griffin (1907–1982), Georgia governor[citation needed] Dorsey Hardeman (1902–1992), Texas state senator[6] Oliver Hardy (1892-1957), actor[citation needed] Harry Hawes (1869–1947), U.S. senator from Missouri[2] Johnson Hagood (1873–1948), American general[citation needed] Jesse Helms (1921–2008), Senator from North Carolina and U.S. presidential candidate[7] James Hylton (born 1934), American race car driver[8] John Lejeune (1867–1942), 13th Commandant of the Marine Corps[citation needed] Trent Lott (born 1941), U.S. senator from Mississippi[2] Lester Maddox (1915–2003), Georgia governor[citation needed] William McCain (1907–1993), American archivist and college president[9] Charley Reese (1937–2013), American newspaper columnist[5] Absalom Robertson (1887–1971), U.S. senator from Virginia[2] Richard Russell (1897–1971), Governor and U.S. senator from Georgia[citation needed] John Slaton (1866–1955), Georgia governor[citation needed] Floyd Spence (1928–2001), U.S. representative from South Carolina,[2] Herman Talmadge (1913–2002), Governor and U.S. senator from Georgia[citation needed] Strom…

Southern History

History is often rewritten today in order to satisfy "Political Correctness." We feel that this is an injustice, and attempt to counter this by providing a more realistic account of the War For Southern Independence. Below are links which contain FACTS, not politically correct rhetoric.

Proud Of Our Southern Heritage

  Seeking African Americans who are proud of our Southern Heritage   From:   Let’s stand and be counted to show The NAACP  and the Nation that there are more than just 3 of us.   Just because one is proud to be Southerner and proud of their rich heritage, that does not make you a racist.   We are: 1. Very proud of the rich history of the South, 2. Believe in defending our heritage, 3. Believe in stopping the lies being taught in Yankee controlled schools across America. 4. Willingly to publicly display our flag and other symbols of our proud Southern Heritage.   I don’t know where I am going with this but the first step is to stand and be counted.   I believe we could be the best defense besides lawsuits against the NAACP. The public will see that we Southerners are Equal Opportunity.   Please contact me.   Al Mccray 813 245 0664   Sincerely,   Al Mccray ——————– Direct 813 244 0664 Office 813 972 4705 Fax.    813 315 6142 ——————- Columnist / Tampa Tribune President / FSB Capital Director/ CommunityJusticeForum  

Confederate Books

  Project Gutenberg is a group of volunteers who take public domain books and turn them into ebooks.  Among their items are Confederate books, including memoirs by veterans and various books about the Confederate States.    Direct links to some of the books are below.  Feel free to refer this page to anyone you know who has a passion for materials on the Confederacy.   ———————————————————————————————————————— A Life of Gen. Robert E. Lee by John Esten Cooke   The Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government by Jefferson Davis   A Confederate Girl’s Diary by Sarah Morgan Dawson   Four Years in Rebel Capitals by T. C. DeLeon   History of Kershaw’s Brigade by D. Augustus Dickert   The Campaign of Chancellorsville by Theodore Ayrault Dodge   Chancellorsville and Gettysburg by Abner Doubleday   Reminiscences of Forts Sumter and Moultrie in 1860-’61 by Abner Doubleday   Reminiscences of a Rebel by Wayland Fuller Dunaway   Three Months in the Southern States, April-June 1863 by Fremantle   The Creed of the Old South 1865-1915 by Basil L. Gildersleeve   A Refutation of the Charges Made against the Confederate States of America of Having Authorized the Use of Explosive and Poisoned Musket and Rifle Balls during the Late Civil War of 1861-65   Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War by G. F. R. Henderson   The Supplies for the Confederate Army, by Caleb Huse   A History of Lumsden’s Battery, C.S.A. by George Little and James Robert Maxwell   Detailed Minutiae of Soldier life in the Army of Northern Virginia, 1861-1865   The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson by Edward A. Moore   Literary Hearthstones of Dixie by La Salle Corbell Pickett…