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The below photos are a part of a collection of images that I have accumulated during various battles in the Culture War in which I have participated over the years. Click on the individulal images for a full size view.

Lee


Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee


Civil War Artillery at Gettysburg


Jefferson Davis: The Man and His Hour


Jefferson Davis


The Innauration of President Jefferson Davis
Montgomery, Alabama, February 2011

Compatriot Billy Bearden poses for a snapshot prior to the march to the Montgomery capitol for the innauguration of President Jefferson Davis.

Me at the Jefferson Davis Innaugural ceremony at Montgomery, Alabama in February 2011.

Part of the crowds at the Jefferson Davis Innauguration ceremony at Montgomery in February 2011.

The reenactment of the innauguration of President Jefferson Davis on the steps of the Montgomery capitol where he actually stood back in February of 1861.

A cannon salute by Confederate artillery reenactors put a grand finale to ceremonies at Jefferson Davis's innaugural reenactment at Montgomery.


SC LoS Flagging of the NAACP
Columbia, SC 21 January 2008














The Franklin Confederate Flag March
Franklin, Tennessee, 30 November 2006

Confederate artillery on Winstead Hill placed there during a Confederate Flag march held in Franklin on 30 November 2006.

Confederate artillery on Winstead Hill placed there during a Confederate Flag march held in Franklin on 30 November 2006.

Marchin' for my heritge in the Franklin Confederate Flag March held on 30 November 2006.

Confederate patriots surround the square in Franklin during ceremonies held there in honor of those who fell in the Battle of Franklin.

View of the Franklin Battlefield today. The landscape of sprawling strip malls and other buildings was mostly an open field in 1864. Our Confederates marched across this open expanse under withering fire from Federal troops who were entrenched near the tree line that can be seen in the distance.

The view of Winstead Hill as seen from the entrance to the battlefield.

Marchers in the Franklin Confederate Flag March of 30 November 2006. They are marching across the same ground that our Confederate ancestors marched over in 1864.

"Generals Walk" as seen from atop Winstead Hill. Along this walk can be seen the memorial stones of the Confederate generals who were killed in the Battle of Franklin.


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