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The Interesting Story Of William Ellison

This doesn’t surprise me at all. Alexis de Tocqueville, French Aristocrat who toured the US in 1831: “The prejudice of the race appears to be stronger in the States which have abolished slavery than in those where it still exists. In the South, where slavery still exists, the negroes are less carefully kept apart; they [...]

The Interesting Story Of William Ellison2020-01-19T17:21:26+00:00

Lee-Jackson Day 2020 – Flagging Lexington/Washington & Lee

From: The Virginia Flaggers [info@vaflaggers.com] Date: Wed, Jan 8, 2020 Subject: Lee-Jackson Day 2020 - Flagging Lexington/Washington & Lee - JOIN US! For the EIGHTH year, the Va Flaggers will gather in Lexington, Virginia for the Lee-Jackson holiday. Friday, January 17th is the Virginia State Holiday for Lee-Jackson Day, and Saturday, January 18th is officially [...]

Lee-Jackson Day 2020 – Flagging Lexington/Washington & Lee2020-01-08T19:34:50+00:00

Flagger Victory In Chesterfield Circuit Court

From: Virginia Flaggers [info@vaflaggers.com] Date: Sun, Jan 5, 2020 Subject: Victory in Chesterfield Circuit Court! Many of you have asked about the removal of the flag pole at our I-95 Chester flag site. After years of ongoing legal issues with Chesterfield County and continued good faith efforts on our part to comply with their ever [...]

Flagger Victory In Chesterfield Circuit Court2020-01-08T14:10:08+00:00

Major General Fitzhugh Lee

In Memory of the Confederate Soldier The private soldier of the Confederacy had no hope of conspicuous honors, no opportunity to lay up riches, while meager rations and scant clothing banished any prospect he may have cherished for a reasonable amount of the pleasures of army life. The separation from his home, in many instances, [...]

Major General Fitzhugh Lee2020-01-07T13:46:47+00:00

Mexican Confederate Heritage

I am a Great Great Grandson of a “Tejano” (Texan of Mexican heritage) Confederate soldier in Hobby’s 8th Texas Infantry, Company C and Commander of SCV Camp-Gainesboro Invincibles 1685. As a resident of TN and reading the entire roster of “Tennesseans in the Civil War”, I found many Hispanic families provided their sons to defend [...]

Mexican Confederate Heritage2019-12-30T13:32:44+00:00

Taxes Caused The War, Not Slavery

1. Lincoln said:           “There is a natural disgust in the minds of nearly all white people to the idea of indiscriminate amalgamation of the white and black races ... A separation of the races is the only perfect preventive of amalgamation, but as an immediate separation is impossible, the next best thing is to keep [...]

Taxes Caused The War, Not Slavery2019-12-13T13:41:52+00:00

Lincoln Deliberately Coerced The War

Shared from my friend Kev Flynn! Lincoln deliberately coerced the War! The chain of events concerning the start of the war of Southern Independence. When the Virginia Convention pleaded for peace, he sent word by Baldwin to say "it was too late for peace."—"Atlantic Monthly, "April,1875. (Magruder and Baldwin). Lincoln did not send word why [...]

Lincoln Deliberately Coerced The War2019-09-30T16:08:56+00:00