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Support the Texas Division’s Mission

The SCV Texas Division's continuing mission is to preserve the history and protect the honor and memory of our Confederate Soldier ancestors.
But, we need your help. Please consider donating to our Heritage Defense Fund today.
Time is of the essence as we see our flags, our monuments, and our historical sights attacked on a daily basis by those that have much more funding and undue influence with local government.
Please consider donating now by clicking the DONATE NOW button below.


SCV International HQ

SCV Army of Trans-Mississippi

Texas Order of Confederate Rose

SCV Mechanized Cavalry
 
Make Dixie Great Again

Dixie Broadcasting
 
Make Dixie Great Again


Dixie Outfitters

United Daughters of the Confederacy

Sam Davis Christian Youth Camp

Southern Legal Resource Center

Texas UDC

The National Confederate Museum at Historic Elm Springs

SCV's Official YouTube Site

SCV's Official Facebook Page

SCV Headquarters Blog

American Civil War Association


Civil War Potpourri: Facts About the Civil War

Civil War Soldiers and Sailor System

Confederate Veteran Magazine Blog

Family Search: Free Family History, Family Tree, and Genealogy Records and Resources from Around the World

Fold3: The web's premier collection of original military records
 
Louisiana's Civil War Museum at Confederate Memorial Hall New Orleans

Museum of Southern History: Following a lengthy tenure in Sugar Land, Texas

National Archives: Confederate Pensions
 
National Civil War Association

President Jefferson Davis' Home & Library

Rootsweb World Connect Project: A database of family trees

Sons of Confederate Veterans Mechanized Cavalry
1st Battalion, Company C Texas
Company C Commander Captain Frank Polk
fmpolk@hotmail.com
52 Thistle Ct Lake Jackson, Tx 77566

1st Battalion Commander
Major Frank Dietz
rongway@coastal-link.net

Stephen D. Lee Institute

Texas Civil War Museum: Fort Worth, TX

Texas Heritage Museum at Hill College - Hillsboro, TX


Ancestry’s searchable database collection of U.S. Military Records.
Users can do an initial search for Confederate ancestors to find documents Ancestry has about them, but will have to buy subscription for full access to those documents.