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Pledge to the flag of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA


I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AND TO THE REPUBLIC FOR WHICH IT STANDS,
ONE NATION UNDER GOD, INDIVISIBLE*, WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL.

Pledge to the GEORGIA Flag



I PLEDGE ALLEGIANCE TO THE GEORGIA STATE FLAG
AND TO PRINCIPLES FOR WHICH IT STANDS,
WISDOM, JUSTICE AND MODERATION.

Salute to the CONFEDERATE Flag


I SALUTE THE CONFEDERATE FLAG WITH AFFECTION, REVERENCE AND
UNDYING DEVOTION TO THE CAUSE* FOR WHICH IT STANDS.
*That Cause is resistance to nationlist tyrrany and the preservation of states' rights and individual liberty.

 

Below is a valuable teaching tool for Southern History not taught in schools
Please contact the Moultrie SCV Camp to obtain a CD Version


Sons of Confederate Veterans
     Georgia Division
     http://www.georgiascv.com/ 
     1-888-SCV IN GA (888-728-4642)
     John K. McNeill SCV Camp #674
     PO Box 1353
     Moultrie, Georgia 31776
      www.scv674.org 
 
 

Presents
 
A Southern View of History
The War for Southern Independence -The Other Side of the Coin
 
TABLE OF CONTENTS: 
 
 
PART I. THE UNION AS CREATED BY THE FOUNDING FATHERS
    A. Breaking Away from Great Britain, A Declaration of Independence
    B. The Articles of Confederation
    C. The Constitution
 
PART II REGIONAL DIFFERENCES
    A. Cultural Differences
    B. The Population Shift
    C. Southern Class Structure
    D. Economic Issues
    E. State's Rights
    F. John Caldwell Calhoun
    G. Independence
 
Part III SERVITUDE, SLAVERY, ABOLITIONISM
    A. Indentured Servitude
    B. The Slavery Issue
    C. Abolitionism
    D. Books That Inflamed Tensions
    E. John Brown
 
PART IV HISTORY OF SECESSION AND COMPROMISES 
    A. Early American Secession Attempts
    B. Compromise Attempts
    C. The Crittenden Compromise
    D. Final Attempts At Compromise
 
PART V. THE ELECTION OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN
    A. The Republican Nominee
    B. The Democratic Nominees
    C. The Constitutional Union Party Nominee
    D. The Election Outcome
    E. The Morrill Tariff Is Passed
 
PART VI. THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA IS FORMED
    A. The January 9, 1861 Star of the West Incident
    B. The Confederate Constitution
    C. President Jefferson Davis and his Cabinet
    D. Plot to Assassinate President Davis and Cabinet
 
PART VII. THE FORT SUMTER INCIDENT
    A. Lincoln Is Inaugurated
    B. Lincoln Attempts To Re-supply Fort Sumter
    C. Lincoln Declares War On The South
    D. Cadets Resign, Accusations of Treason
    E. Six More States Leave The Union
    F.  Southern Perspectives of The War 
 
PART VIII. FLAGS AND SYMBOLS OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES OF AMERICA 
    A. Flags of the Confederate States of America Government
    B. Origin of The Confederate Battle Flag
    C. Parts of the Battle Flag
    D. Battle Flag Variations of the Southern Cross type
    E. Additional Confederate Military Flags
    F. Heritage Preservation Arguments Regarding Confederate Flags
 
PART IX. CONFEDERATE ALLIES AND NORTHERN POLITICAL INTERVENTIONS
    A. Seven Indian Nations Ally With The Confederacy
    B. The Trent Incident
    C. Lincoln Attempts To Compensate Northern Slave Owners
    D. Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation
    E. The South's Support By Black Confederates
    F. The South's Support By Hispanics
 
PART X. PRISONERS OF WAR
    A. Prison Camps
    B. Grant Stops Prisoner Exchange Program
    C. The United States' Use of Human Shields
PART XI. NORTHERN TYRANNY 
    A. Lincoln's Tyranny: Abuse of the US Constitution
    B. Terror in Missouri, The Jayhawkers, Red Legs, Lane, and Jennison.
    C. The Forced Enlistment and Mistreatment of Southern Blacks Into the U.S. Army
    D. General Benjamin Butler "The Beast" in Louisiana
    E. The Order To Execute Partisan Rangers
    F. Ewing’s General Orders No. 10 & 11
 
PART XII.  NORTHERN ATROCITIES AND WAR CRIMES  
    A. The Massacre At Palmyra, Missouri
    B. The Hanging of Sam Davis
    C. Ivan Turchin, The Robber Colonel
 
PART XIII.  GENERAL SHERMAN'S ATROCITIES AND WAR CRIMES 
    A. The New Manchester and Roswell, Georgia Mills and the Roswell Women
    B. Sherman's March Through The South
    C. Sherman's Bummers
  
PART XIV. AFTER THE WAR
    A. Reconstruction
    B. The Southern Exodus To Brazil and Mexico
    C. The Capture Imprisonment of President Jefferson Davis
    D. The Execution of Major Henry Wirz
    
PART XV. SOUTHERN HEROES
    A. General Robert E. Lee
    B. General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
    C. President Jefferson Davis
    D. Our (Your) Ancestors
 
PART XVI. SUMMARY
    A. Why The Southerner Fought
    B. Why We Should Remember Them Today
    C. The Charge of the Sons of Confederate Veterans
 

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If you order 1 CD from us and make your own copies to distribute to non-profit organizations such as schools, libraries, or SCV Members etc.; You will be on the honor system to send a donation of a minimum $1 per copy to the camp.  No one may sell copies for profit without permission of the camp.

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Moultrie SCV CAMP #674
PO Box 1353
Moultrie, Georgia 31776
 
 
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