Sons of Confederate Veterans
  • These beautiful long sleeve oxford shirts are embroidered with the Life Member logo. Available in white, khaki or dark gray in Medium - 4X.
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  • This timeless Port Authority denim long sleeve shirt is made of 100% cotton denim and is embroidered with the Life Member logo. Garment-washed in a dark wash color with metal buttons and light grey contrast topstitching. A staff favorite! Available in sizes Medium - 4X.
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  • ONE COPY AVAILABLE! Beautiful over-sized hardbound book. These books are very difficult to find and this one is in excellent condition. Has very detailed information about the war. 480 pages. The Confederate Soldier in the Civil War: The Campaigns, Battles, Sieges, Charges and Skirmishs / The Foundation and Formation of the Confederacy / The Confederate States Navy Hardcover – October 1, 1977
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  • The latest book from the Kennedy brothers. Jefferson Davis was a proponent of the high road to emancipation. He looked to the day in which slaves would be prepared to live within and participate in a democratic society. He did more than advocate for the high road to emancipation - as this book documents, he practiced his belief in the ultimate emancipation of Southern slaves. Many of his former slaves left for posterity their testimony about their former master - a master who prepared them for freedom as self-sustaining members of society. The North's ruling elites justified their invasion, conquest, and occupation of the Confederate States of America by declaring that the South was fighting to preserve slavery and that secession was treason. After the unfortunate end of the War for Southern Independence, the United States arrested Jefferson Davis on charges of treason. Davis demanded a trial, yet the United States never brought Davis to trial - why? Were they afraid they would lose in court? Davis, and through him the South, was unjustly tried in the court of public opinion - a court controlled by the North's ruling elites. This book gives the defense that Davis and the South never had.
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  • During the Civil War, few men had seen camels on the battlefield. But one Mississippi infantry marched into battle with Old Douglas, who served with the Bloody 43rd and died in the Siege of Vicksburg. The regiment became known as the Camel Regiment, and its soldiers carried memories of Old Douglas through the end of the war and until the end of their own lives. They went on to fight in fourteen battles, including Corinth, Vicksburg, Chickamauga, Atlanta, Franklin, Nashville and Bentonville before they surrendered at war's end. Author W. Scott Bell's fascination with the Camel Regiment began because his great-great-grandfather fought with them.
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  • Originally published in 1906 however this copy was published in 1978. Excellent condition. Hardbound. WE HAVE ONE COPY LEFT OF THIS BOOK
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