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This link is to the Sons of Confederate Veterans Website. On there you can find more information about the organization as a whole. You can also find a local camp near you and download applications to use. There is also a link to help you trace your ancestor. Once you become a member you can help make sure our history is not forgotten.
This link is to the Sam Davis Christian Youth Camps Website. "The Sam Davis Christian Youth Camp Vision began as a summer camp for, boys and girls, where experts gather to teach young minds what has not been taught in schools and to instill and reinforce what parents have always taught their children. We teach good manners, respect for others, and the Golden Rule as the Bible instructs. At the same time we teach American history the way our ancestors were taught through hands on experiences and presentations from some very learned and respected people. Our instructors come from a pool of doctors, attorneys, pastors, professors, educators, and passionate lay people on just about every historical American subject there is. We exalt the Lord Jesus Christ in all we do."
This link is to the United Daughters of the Confederacy website, Like the SCV their mission is to make sure that Confederate history is not forgotten. If your wife or daughter has a confederate ancestor you might want to take a look at the UDC. There is also a link on their website to the Children of the Confederacy a youth organization put on by the UDC.
This link is to the homepage of the South Carolina Order of Confederate Rose. The OCR assists the SCV with their historical, educational, benevolent and social functions. Special emphasis is placed on the preservation of Confederate symbols.
The Chapter that works with our camp is The Caroline Jamison Jenkins Order of Confederate Rose Chapter #7. Named for Caroline Jenkins, the wife of Brigadier General Micah Jenkins (who our camp is named after) and the daughter of General David Flavel Jamison. ( Jamison was chosen president of the South Carolina Secession Convention, and later served as the S.C. Secretary of War)
Special Thanks to Jim Floyd for his work in creating this very informative document about Confederate flags.