Confederate Heritage Month
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2011 Confederate Heritage Month Events that have been received and
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2012 Stone Mountain Confederate Memorial Day Service
THE 11TH NATIONAL CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL SERVICE at STONE MOUNTAIN PARK. Saturday April 14, 2012 1:00 PM in front of the Carving Reflection Pool
SCV plans memorial service - April 9
ALBANY, Ga. ó In observance of Confederate History and Heritage Month in the state of Georgia, the Albany-based Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp 141 will hold a memorial service at the Confederate Memorial Park on Philema Road Saturday.
10th National Confederate Memorial Day Service - April 9
The 10th National Confederate Memorial Day Service will be held Saturday April 9, 2011 on the lawn in front of the World s largest Confederate Memorial at Stone Mountain Memorial Park. This service is to honor the Confederate Soldiers who served their country during the War Between the States. Re-enactors will fire rifle and cannon salutes in their honor.
Monument† Dedication to 29th and 39th North Carolina - April 9
The Georgia and North Carolina Divisionís will be Holding a Joint Dedication of the New North Carolina Monument for the 29th and 39th Infantry Regiments at the Allatoona Pass Battlefield on Saturday April 9, at 11:00 am.
Sponsored by the Georgia and North Carolina Divisions of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
WBTS symposium April 16 at Morrow Ga
To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War, the National Archives at Atlanta presents a Civil War Symposium featuring scholars and historians from leading archival and academic institutions as well as an exhibit of 19th century African American newspapers. Following the symposium, the Foundation for the National Archives, Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB), and Scott Antique Markets are proud to sponsor "Civil War Treasures in Your Nation s Attic," a display of Civil War artifacts brought by Symposium attendees that will be filmed by GPB for future broadcast.