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What is Southron: It is defined as a native or inhabitant of the American South. Used by the Confederates in the Civil War. As you visit our Southron Ring member websites you find they encourage southern advocacy by establishing a positive portrayal of the Southern States of America through greater historical and cultural awareness.

 

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A History of the Sixteenth South Carolina in the War Between the States, including rosters, battles, flags, photographs, letters, and accounts of the members of the unit. The site follows the members through the war and into the reconstruction. Also areas are given to those institutions and%


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History of Stanford's Battery, Army of Tennessee, C. S. A.






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