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Cullman Confederate Heritage History Month

April 2017 Proclaimed Confederate Heritage and History Month In Cullman County

Cullman, AL – At Tuesday’s regularly scheduled meeting, the Cullman County Commission approved a Proclamation making April 2017 ‘Confederate Heritage & History Month

S.C. pol wants slave memorial removed if Confederate symbol nixed

Few is running for a seat on Congress.

A South Carolina Republican running for Congress is calling for the removal of a memorial to African American slaves if a Confederate monument is lifted from statehouse

Alabama House to vote on Confederate monuments bill

Alabama lawmakers are nearing a decision on barring changes to Confederate or other long-standing monuments.

The state House of Representatives is scheduled to vote Thursday on a bill that would forbid alterations

The 10 Causes of Southern Secession

By James W. King

Historians have long debated the causes of the War Between the States and the Southern perspective differs greatly from the Northern perspective. Based upon the study of original documents of the…

Graves decorated for Confederate Memorial Day 2017

OKEECHOBEE, Fla. — A small contingent of Sons of the Confederate Veterans and Order of the Confederate Rose visited Okeechobee Cemeteries, Evergreen, Basinger and Fort Drum to honor civil war veterans on Saturday.

Commander Jim

Flags, candles to honor Confederate soldiers

The Newnan Times-Herald, GA – The Brown’s Mill Battlefield Association will be remembering Coweta County’s Confederate soldiers with an event Saturday.

A memorial day program will be held at 7 p.m. at Oak Hill Cemetery

CSA Memorial Day & History & Heritage Month in Georgia 2017

By James W. King
In 1874 the Georgia Legislature created a public holiday denoting April 26 as Confederate Memorial Day and in 2009 they passed Senate Bill 27 which permanently designates  April as Confederate…


The Confederate Soldiers Memorial Park / Mumford Historic Library is located east of Waynesville, GA, on Mineral Springs Road near the intersection of Browntown Road and US 82/GA 520 near the Glynn County line. It

Belleview will fly Confederate flag to honor community history

Belleview, Fla. – A third flag will join the U.S. and Florida ones on Wednesday at Belleview’s City Hall to honor Confederate History Day.

The third national Confederate flag, also known as the “blood-stained banner,”

Controversy surrounding confederate statues on UT campus

AUSTIN – The City of New Orleans will spend the week taking down confederate monuments. The first one came down overnight. Three others will be removed in the next few days.

Mayor Mitch Landrieu called

Pass Confederate History Month in Georgia and Other Southern States

Savannah Rep. Jesse Petrea and the other sponsors of a bill to create Confederate History Month in Georgia should do so post haste in the name of historical truth. Other Southern States should do so …

New Orleans Confederate statue dismantled

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Workers in New Orleans removed the first of four prominent Confederate monuments Monday morning, making the city the latest Southern institution to sever itself from symbols viewed by many as a

Sons of Confederate Veterans hosting observance Sunday

The Vicksburg Post | The John C. Pemberton Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans will host the 2017 statewide Confederate Memorial Day observance Sunday at 2 p.m. at Soldier’s Rest in Cedarhill Cemetery.

Keynote speakers for

Confederate flag rally is saturday


Confederate Memorial Day observance to be held this Sunday

RESACA, GA – On Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 2 p.m., an observance will be held of Confederate Memorial Day at the Resaca Confederate Cemetery, Resaca, Ga. The Resaca Cemetery is approximately seven miles north

People in the valley react to removal of Robert E. Lee statue in Charlottesville

HARRISONBURG, Va (WHSV) — On Monday, Charlottesville City Council voted 3-2 to sell the Robert E. Lee statue in Lee Park.

This comes after the council voted by the same margin earlier this year to

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