Va Flaggers: Confederate Archives Update
While the Va Flaggers have been busy fighting heritage violations, erecting Memorial Battle Flags and working to honor our Confederate Veterans, our Confederate search engine project – ConfederateArchives.com – has been quietly and very successfully expanding under the direction, guidance and hard work of TriPp and Jack Lewis. Please read the following update, including information regarding the exciting new Confederate Descendant Finder Project, share the information with others, use the search engine, and add any Confederate data that you find or possess…
ConfederateArchives.com – Launched 03/2013
Total links – 2.4 million links
Total Searches since 05/2013 – 987,477
Confederate Descendant finder Project – 1,654,612 descendants and counting
Confederate Archives is a fully functioning search engine that searches the internet for websites and data concentrating on Confederate history from 1828 to present day. Type "Lee" on other search engines and notice how many results are generated for LEE JEANS, for instance, instead of General Lee. Then try ours. The main purpose of ConfederateArchives.com is to record our Southern history and to be able to provide this content if/when other search engines are forced to censor what approved results will be displayed. We never will.
We provide a safe, family friendly search engine, screened of inaccurate, inappropriate, and false information, which will allow the documentation of our TRUE Southern Heritage and history for generations to come. Sounds good? We think so, too…and we need YOUR help to make this project successful. What can you do? USE IT! When you’re researching the WBTS, ancestry, or any search related to the CSA, use ConfederateArchives.com. The more it is used, the better the results will be when people search in the future.
Please add your favorite websites using the link on the front page of the search engine.
Type of websites we would like to add to confederatearchives.com: – Confederate Cemeteries – Confederate Soldiers Lists – Museums with Confederate Artifacts – Newspapers collections from 1828 thru 1941 – Current day news articles concerning Confederate History – Current day news articles on heritage violations. – Historical Documents between 1828 to present day. – UDC Websites – SCV Camp websites – Heritage defense websites – Art work and pictures – Maps – Genealogy pages with family tree information Love letters and letters to family members…AND everything else Confederate!
In February 2014, after reviewing the data we had collected for over a year it came to our attention that we could endeavor to find ALL of the descendants of Confederate Soldiers, even those still living. The Sons of Confederate Veterans membership is around 30k members. What if we could find the living descendants of soldiers and invite these folks into our organization(s)? Just imagine…
We are working on this. We have about six more months before we finish up and can start providing SCV camps and others an outline of how to use the data we collected as well as provide the procedures and needed information to raise an army of heritage defenders.
Total develop time on ConfederateArchives.com since 03/2013 – 288hrs.