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Page 2 Sons of Confederate Veterans, Adjutant Report. Col William Norris Camp 1398, May 5 2015 monthly meeting minutes. Commander Frank Brown Jr called the meeting to order at 7 p m. Members present were Commander Brown Dave Redden Bob Brewer John Hower. ton Bruce Funk and Mike Bertocchi Special guest was Katey Brewer. The invocation was given by Bob Brewer, Pledge of Allegiance to the U S Flag and the Salute to The Confederate Flag was. led by Commander Brown, Charge to the Sons of Confederate Veterans was read by Commander Brown. The Guest Speaker was Ted Alexander, Topics discussed was the Aug 22 Potomac River Crossing.
There being no further business the meeting was adjourned at 8 30 p m. Respectfully submitted, Frank Brown Jr Commander, Guest Speaker. Brett Spaulding, Park Ranger Brett Spaulding was born in Altoona Pa He. served in the United States Army and attended The Penn. sylvania State University where he received a degree in. Geography with a minor in History In 2001 Spaulding. took a position as a seasonal Park Ranger on the Blue. Ridge Parkway and later that year was hired as a full time. Par Ranger at Monocacy National Battlefield While at. Monocacy he wrote and published the book Last Chance. for Victory Jubal Early s 1864 Maryland Invasion and. appeared as a historian in the Emmy Award winning Mar. yland Public Television documentary Heart of the Civil. Sons of Confederate Veterans Page 3, Confederate History Dispelling the Myths. Continued from page 1, erably earlier than his Northern counterparts And during the fierce early days of. the war when the South was obliterating the Yankee armies. Lastly and most importantly why did Northern states outlaw slavery only after. the war was over The so called Emancipation Proclamation of Lincoln only gave. freedom to slaves in the South Not in the North This pecksniffery even went so far. as to find the state of Delaware rejecting the 13th Amendment in December 1865 and. did not ratify it 13th Amendment free the slaves until 1901. MYTH The Confederate Battle Flag was flown on slave ships. FACT None of the flags of the Confederacy or Southern Nation ever flew over a. slave ship Nor did the South own or operate any slave ships The English the Dutch. and the Portugese brought slaves to this country not the Southern Nation. But even more monumental it is also very important to know and understand that. Federal Yankee and Union ships brought slaves to America These ships were from. the New England states and their hypocrisy is atrocious. These Federals were ones that ended up crying the loudest about slavery But with. out their ships many of the slaves would have never arrived here They made count. less fortunes on the delivery of slaves as well as the products made from raw materi. als such as cotton and tobacco in the South, This is the problem with Yankee history History is overwhelmingly portrayed in.
correctly by most of the Federal and Yankee books and media. MYTH The Confederate Battle Flag represented the Southern Nation. FACT Not true While the Southern Battle Flag was carried into battle the South. ern Nation had three different National flags during the course of the war. The First National Flag was changed due to the resemblance of the U S flag. The Second National Flag was subsequently modified due to the similarity to a flag. The Third National Flag was the adopted flag of the Confederacy. The Confederate Battle Flag was never a National Flag of the Confederacy It was. carried into battle by several armies such as the Army of Northern Virginia and the. Army of Tennessee It was also used as a Naval Jack by the Confederate Navy. MYTH The Confederate Battle Flag is known as the Stars and Bars. FACT A common misconception The First National Confederate Flag is correctly. known as the Stars and Bars The Confederate Battle Flag is known as the. Southern Cross, See Myths page 4, Page 4 Sons of Confederate Veterans. Confederate History Dispelling the Myths, Continued from page 3. MYTH The Confederate Battle Flag represents racism today. FACT The Confederate Battle Flag today finds itself in the center of much contro. versy and hoopla going on in several states The cry to take this flag down is unjusti. fied It is very important to keep in mind that the Confederate Battle Flag was simp. ly just that A battle flag It was never end a National flag so how could it have flown. over a slave nation or represented slavery or racism This myth is continued by lack. of education and ignorance Those that vilify the Confederate Battle Flag are very. confused about history and have jumped upon a bandwagon with loose wheels. MYTH The United States Flag represented freedom, FACT No chance The U S flag flew over a slave nation for over 85 years The North. tolerated slavery and acknowledged it as a Division of Labor The North made a vast. fortune on slavery and it s commodities It wasn t until the South decided to leave the. Union that the North objected The North knew it could not survive without the. Southern money That is the true definition of hypocrisy. MYTH Abraham Lincoln was the Great Emancipator, FACT While Lincoln went down in history as the Great Emancipator many would not. care to hear his real thoughts on people of color Martyred President Abraham Lincoln. was fervently making plans to send all freed slaves to the jungles of Central America. once the war was over Knowing that African society would never allow the slaves to. return back to Africa Lincoln also did not want the slaves in the U S He thought the. jungles of Central America would be the best solution and conducive to the freed slaves. best interest The only thing that kept this from happening was his assassination. MYTH The South revered slavery, FACT A very interesting fact on slavery is that at the time of the War of 1861 1865.
officially commenced the Southern States were actually in the process of freeing all. slaves in the South Russia had freed its servants in 1859 and the South took great. note of this Had military intervention not been forced upon the South a very differ. ent America would have been realized then as well as now. MYTH The Confederate Army was comprised of rich slave owners. FACT Very far from true The vast majority of soldiers in the Confederate Army. were simple men of meager income Most of which were hard working farmers and. common men Then as now very few rich men ever fight a war. See Myths page 5, Sons of Confederate Veterans Page 5. Annual Potomac River Crossing, The Colonel William Norris Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans cordially invite. you to our 17th anniversary River Crossing at historic White s Ford on Aug 22. 2015 This is to commemorate the Army of Northern Virginia crossing the Potomac. River to start the 1862 Maryland Campaign Sept 4 6 1862 The event will be held. at Dickerson Conservation Park, Confederate History Dispelling the Myths. Continued from page 4, MYTH Only the North had men of color in their ranks. FACT Quite simply a major falsehood in history Many black both free and of their. own will joined the Confederate Army to fight for their beloved Southern home Ad. ditionally men of other ethnic extraction fought as well Oriental Mexican and. Spanish men as well as Native American Indians fought with pride for the South. Today many men of color are members in the heritage group SCV Sons of Con. federate Veterans These men of color and pride rejoice in their heritage The con. tinued attacks on the Southern Nation the Confederacy and her symbols are a ter. rible outrage to these fine people These attacks should be denounced with as much. fervor as those who denounce the South, MYTH The Confederate Flags are an authorized symbol of Aryan KK and hate.
FACT Quite the contrary These despicable organizations such as the KK and Aryans. have taken a hallowed piece of history and have plagued good Southern folks and the. memories of fine Confederate soldiers and fought under the flag with their perverse. agenda In no way does the Confederate Flag represent hate or violence Heritage. groups such as the SCV battle daily the damage done to a proud nation by these hate. groups The SCV denounces all hate groups and pridefully boast Heritage not hate. MYTH The Sons of Confederate Veterans are a racist hate group. FACT This is a blatant attack on one of the finest heritage groups ever The SCV. are a historical patriotic and non political organization comprised of descendents of. Confederate soldiers dedicated to insuring that a true history of the 1861 1865 peri. od is preserved and represented to the public The SCV continues to educate the. public of the memory and reputation of the Confederate soldier as well as the mo. tives for his suffering and sacrifice, The SCV are in no way affiliated with nor does it recognize or condone the terrible. legacy of hate groups, Sons of Page 6, Confederate Veterans. The newsletter of the Colonel William Norris Camp 1398 is pub. Northern Virginia, lished 12 times a year by the camp as a service to its membership. Maryland Division and to the public, Frank Brown Jr Commander. 5008 Tothill Drive Phone 240 876 7470, Olney MD 20832 Email fbrwnmcbrwn aol com.
Heritage David Redden 1st Lt Commander, 19109 Dowden Circle Phone 301 351 7260. Violations Poolesville MD 20837 Email daveredden hotmail com. Notify the Camp, Heritage Officer com Major David King Jr 2nd Lt Commander. patriot Jim Stargel 5611 Oak Place Phone 301 530 7634. jim stargel ffa gov Bethesda MD 20817 Email Dejota King verizon net. of any heritage, violations Dan Buckingham 3rd Lt Commander. 11521 Front Field Lane Phone 301 983 9002, Potomac MD 20854 Email danbuckingham hurrisafe com. Bob Brewer Historian, 205 E Deer Park Drive Phone 301 977 0087.
Gaithersburg MD 20877 Email brewer000 verizon net, Steve Fernandez Color Sergeant. 702 Grandin Avenue Phone 301 943 0039, Rockville MD 20850 Email remissong2730 msn com. Thomas Keefer Chaplain, 12558 Cross Bridge Way Phone 301 980 9826. Germantown MD 20874 Email tskeef yahoo com, John Howerton Recruiting Officer. 5031 Edmonston Road Phone 301 779 0519, Hyattsville MD 20781 Email jech95 netzero net.
Jim Stargel Heritage Office Quartermaster Email jim stargel ffa gov. MYTH The Confederate Battle Flag represents racism today FACT The Confederate Battle Flag today finds itself in the center of much contro versy and hoopla going on in several states The cry to take this flag down is unjusti fied It is very important to keep in mind that the Confederate Battle Flag was simp

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