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I have alot of different hobbies but favorite hobby would be collecting things from The South
I collect all Confederate things that I can get ahold of (civil war era)mostly free or cheap..not into it like the big time collector but do have alot of things..You will also find some cool confederate stuff here and lots of informative civil war information by clicking on the hot links button at the bottom of the page, and visiting some of the links that I go to..And check back often as I am always addinging new things

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Note: It is necessary to disclaim any connection of this Confederate flag to neo-nazis, skinheads, racists and the like. These groups have adopted this flag and desecrated it by their acts. They have no right to use this flag - it is a flag of honor, designed by the Confederacy as a banner representing state's rights and still revered by the South for which tens of thousands of men died. The South denies any relation to these hate groups and denies them the right to use the flags of the Confederacy for any purpose. The crimes committed by these groups under the stolen banner of the Confederacy only exacerbate the lies which link the secession to slavery interests when, the cause was state's rights.

Jefferson Davis 1808-1889-------------Robert E. Lee 1807-1870------------Thomas (stonewall) Jackson 1824-1863

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On the outbreak of the American Civil War, 313 officers left the United States Army to join the Confederate Army. President Jefferson Davis called for 82,000 volunteers but this was clearly not enough and in August, 1861, the Confederate Congress authorized the recruitment of 400,000 men. It was the responsibility of the individual states to recruit these men.

At the beginning of 1862 Davis announced that the South could not win the war without conscription. In April, the Confederate Congress passedthe Conscription Act which drafted white men between eighteen and thirty-five for three years' service.

In the Confederate Army all officers below the rank of brigadier were elected by the troops. There were no medals awarded as it was claimed they were all heroes and it would be wrong to single anyone out. The highest honor was to be mentioned in dispatches.

Some soldiers in the Confederate Army was willing to defend the South from the Union Army but objected to offensive operations. When Robert E. Lee decided to take the war to the north in the summer of 1863, an estimated 50,000 men deserted. This number increased after the defeats at Vicksburg and Gettysburg. By the end of the war there were an estimated 100,000 deserters at large in the South.

A total of 1,406,180 men enlisted in the Confederate Army during the war. An estimated 52,954 men who were killed in action, 21,570 died of their wounds and 59,297 were the victims of disease. At the end of the war 174,223 men surrendered to the Union Army.

Thomas Jonathan (stonewall) Jackson

One afternoon the whole division was ordered out to witness the execution of three Confederate soldiers from, another division. They were to be shot for some violation of the laws of the army. The division formed three sides of a hollow square, the forth being open. Three stakes were fixed in the ground about the centre of this open side. Soon after our formation, an officer and a guard appeared with the prisoners. The condemned were made to kneel with their backs to the stakes to which they were securely tied. The guns had already been loaded. It is said that six had balls and six did not - so no man would know whether he killed one of the prisoners. The twelve men took their places about thirty feet in front of the three prisoners. The order to fire was given and, at the report of the guns, two men were killed - the balls going through each. The third man, while shot, was not killed. One of the detail was ordered to place another gun against the man's breast and to fire. The shot killed him instantly.


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