Confederate Heritage Fund
         P. O. Box 771
Andalusia, Alabama 36420
Lincoln's Tax War WASHINGTON (CHF) -  
Lincoln and Congress declared in ALL official acts and
statements the United States invaded the Confederate
States
only to collect a 40% Federal import tax.
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Governor Surrenders To
Confederates Over Holiday Issue
MONTGOMERY (CHF) -   Alabama Governor Bob Riley's
(R) anti-Confederate Holiday Bill was soundly defeated
during the 2004 Alabama Legislative Session.
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Battle Flags Across Alabama
Project
ANDALUSIA (CHF) -  Confederate Heritage Fund's Battle
Flags Across Alabama Project has been enthusiastically
received and the Fund has installed
345 Confederate
Battle Flags and Flagpoles (2003-2009).  
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Lawsuit Against Governor Saves
Confederate Capitol Grounds
MONTGOMERY (CHF) - On January 14, 2002, Roger
Broxton, President of Confederate Heritage Fund filed a
lawsuit in Montgomery Circuit Court against Governor Don
Siegelman (D) and the Alabama Historical Commission to
prevent the destruction of the most historic piece of real
estate of the Confederate States of America, the Alabama
Capitol Grounds.
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Battle Flag Memorial Built Near
Florida Line
LOCKHART (CHF) - Phase 4 of the Battle Flag Memorial
Project by Confederate Heritage Fund has been
completed in Lockhart, Alabama on State Highway 55, a
major Florida beach route.  
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Alabama Department of Archives and History
File Name Q5189  

Item Title:    Eight Confederate Veterans on the steps of the Capitol in Montgomery,
attending the last known Confederate Veterans reunion in the state.  

Description Standing, left to right: General William Banks of Houston, Texas; General W. W.
Alexander of Rockhill, South Carolina; General J. D. Ford of Marshall, Texas; General T. H.
Dowling of Atlanta, Georgia; General James W. Moore of Selma, Alabama; Colonel W. H.
Culpepper of Atlanta, Georgia; and General W. M. Buck of Muskogee, Oklahoma. Seated
in front is Dr. R. A. Gwynne of Birmingham, Alabama, the only African American to attend
the reunion. This image was used and identified in the Alabama Historical Quarterly, Volume
6, page 6 (1944).  

Date 1944 September 27-28  

Collection or Series Title Alabama Dept. of Archives and History photographs collection -
subjects vertical file
Box Number Box 5  
Folder Title Military - Civil War - Veterans (Confederate)  
Publisher Alabama Dept. of Archives and History, 624 Washington Ave., Montgomery, AL
36130