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To all visitors to this
As Commander of Lee -
Bourland Camp 1848 Sons Of Confederate Veterans, I invite you to learn
about our organizationís purpose and, if you find that you qualify for
would like to join us in honoring and preserving the
history, and memory of our Confederate ancestors, I invite you to
Contact the Camp adjutant via e-mail to obtain
Thru out the website,
you will be able to look at what is going on with our camp.
Be sure to check
for a list of new additions.
All visitors are
welcome at our meetings, and we hope that you will join us if you are in
the area. If you are a male of at least thirteen years of age and have
an ancestor (either direct or collateral) who served the Confederate
States of America , you are eligible for membership in the Sons Of
Confederate Veterans, and our Camp. Please contact us for more
Click photo for additional
Col. James G. Bourland information.
Lee - Bourland Camp 1848
Camp #1848 Meeting Place and Time
If you would like
to join us, the camp meets
on the 3rd (Third) Thursday of each month at
Neu Ranch House and Catfish Louie's,
1825 E. Hwy 82, Gainesville, TX, at 6:30pm
for dinner. The meeting starts at 7 pm and usually ends by 8:30 pm.
The December meeting will be a Christmas banquet. Click
to see a map of Gainesville
and the camp meeting place.
By the 1890's our Confederate Forefathers, the United
Confederate Veterans, were getting on in years and began to
look at how to best preserve the legacy of the Cause for
which they had fought. To accomplish this honorable goal
they established an organization for their descendants - the
Sons of Confederate Veterans - in 1896. In 1906 to this
organization the Men in Grey left - what is today called
Charge to the Sons
of Confederate Veterans
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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