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The Battle of Fort Pillow - You've heard of the Battle of Fort Pillow but do you really know what happened there? Watch and find out as Dr. Samuel Mitcham, author of Bust Hell Wide Open, the Life of Nathan Bedford Forrest, shares his knowledge of this famous battle. Share a link to this video with on your websites and social media pages.
Generals Lee and Grant--
No Comparison, Only Contrast
This article by James R. Kennedy contrasts the lives of Confederate General Robert E. Lee with Union General Ulysses S. Grant. As usual, it is heavily documented and brilliantly written. It looks only at the facts and arrives at the only honest conclusions possible. Download it and share it widely!
General Forrest - The Man
Featuring Donnie and Ron Kennedy, part 1 explores Forrest as the slave trader, master, emancipator, Klansman, civil rights leader. You'll also learn about black Confederates, Rebel flags & more.
Part 2 explores Forrest the soldier. You'll learn about popular books written about him and what those books say.
In both videos, you'll roll with laughter & be proud of our hero--all at the same time!
Don't forget to check out the resources available on our Special Operations page (click here) under the title, "Southern Heroes Initiative: Nathan B. Forrest."
Christmas in Dixie
To continue our Holidays in Dixie series we'll be talking about Southern traditions during Christmas. Why was Old Abe the first Scrooge? We'll also explain that mysterious tradition of eating black-eyed peas on New Years Day. Can they really bring you good luck?
The True First Thanksgiving
Black Confederate Soldiers (click here) by Dr. Samuel W. Mitcham, Jr. Even though many people say that there was not any black confederate soldiers this article produces evidence there indeed there was black confederates. In the Army of Northern Virginia alone there were 3,000 black soldiers.
Confederate Emancipation (click here) by Dr. Donald Livingston. Consider this excerpt: "...the thoughtful and humane person...is eventually brought back to the same moral conclusion: the best solution to all the problems confronting Americans in 1861 (and especially the moral challenge of slavery) was a peaceful, negotiated division of the Union."
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Virginia - The First Colony to End Slavery
In this video noted historian, author, and speaker, J. Ronald Kennedy, reveals that Virginia was the first colony to try to end slavery and prevent slave importation. Ron also explains how radicals in the North ended the Southern Abolition movement.
General Beauregard - Civil Rights Activist
The Confederate flag is often associated with racism however, this flag was not created for that purpose. Gen. Beauregard wanted to create a sustainable southern economy for both blacks and whites. Money-hungry Yankees refused. Watch this video to learn more.
Massachusetts - First in Slavery
Why is the South blamed for slavery when it was the North that started it? North America's first slave ship's home port was Boston, Massachusetts. North America's last slave ship was owned by a Massachusetts firm. So, why is the South blamed for slavery? Watch this video for answers.
The Holt Collier Story
He was a trusted slave who ran away... not to the North, but to help the army of the Confederate States of America, where his master was already a soldier. Enjoy this documentary about one of the black “rebels” who served under the Confederate Battle flag.
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Confederate Veterans are American Veterans
Confederate veterans fought for the same things American veterans do. Freedom of the press, the right to bear arms, martial law, protection of their homes & families. Watch this video to learn more.
Monuments Matter video
James "Ron" Kennedy, Deputy Dir. of S.C.V. Heritage Operations, explains why monuments matter to people who honor the meanings behind the monuments, and also to people who despise those meanings.”