We have several other Web sites you might find interesting. They highlight additional interests we have.
"In all my perplexities and distresses, the Bible has never failed to give me light and strength."
Gen. Robert E. Lee
The Great Seal of the Confederate States of America
This is the family Web site of Ken Morgan, a Northern-born Southern partisan. The site has pictures of our home and dogs, but it primarily emphasizes my interest in Southern heritage and highlights that heritage. It includes memorial pages for Robert E. Lee and T. J. (Stonewall) Jackson, several songs popular in the South during the War for Southern Independence, and much more.
Thanks for visiting and please feel free to email me with any comments.
The Virginia State Capitol had to accommodate the new Confederate Congress as well as the state legislature.
Memorial Carved in Stone Mountain, Georgia, to Jefferson Davis, Robert E. Lee, and T. J. (Stonewall) Jackson.
In 1906, the Moultrie United Daughters of the Confederacy Chapter organized a fund-raising campaing to raise money for a monument. This 30-foot monument of Oglesby Marble with a 12-foot base was erected on Memorial Day in 1909 to the memory of Colquitt County's Confederate heroes and is located on the Courthouse Square.
The engraving on the top part of the base:
"ON FAME'S ETERNAL CAMPING GROUND,
THEIR SILENT TENTS ARE SPREAD,
AND GLORY GUARDS WITH SOLEMN ROUND,
THE BIVOUAC OF THE DEAD"
"LEST WE FORGET"
This Web site is not associated with Southern Partisan magazine--except in spirit. For years it was one of my mentors on Southern history and heritage. It is a magazine I whole-heartedly endorse and recommend, although it is currently not being published. I sincerely hope it will be back in print soon.
The Northern-most Southern Outpost
"To you, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we will commit the vindication of the cause for which we fought. To your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldier's good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles which he loved and which you love also, and those ideals which made him glorious and which you also cherish."
Lt. General Stephen Dill Lee, Commander General,
United Confederate Veterans,
New Orleans, Louisiana, April 25, 1906.
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