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First Methodist Church Jasper Alabama

Meeting Place: First Methodist Church, 1800 Third Avenue South, Jasper, Alabama. Located across from the Walker County, Alabama Courthouse


2021


Dear Compatriots,

Thank you for all you do to become, and help others to become, true Confederate Patriots and enjoy the rich blessings of being a member of the oldest Confederate Veteran's organization, and a southern patriot. As the haters continue to smear and defame southerners we must remain vigilant and true to Confederate Heritage and History. Our ancestors are depending upon us to defend their honor and good name.

We are excited to announce our camp meetings will resume sometime in 2021. Due to COVID restrictions the camp has canceled many of these meetings this year and no doubt the following years will look a little different. Camp meeting dates and links are on the camp's web site at http://huttocamp.com/calendar.htm

We invite all to remain loyal to the Confederate cause and support your camp with continued membership and participation. And in the meantime please enjoy the excellent article by Gene Kizer Jr. entitled

Secession, North and South
https://www.charlestonathenaeumpress.com/secession-north-and-south/

Address by Col. E. Polk Johnson at U.D.C. Convention in Louisville, April, 1919 (from Confederate Veteran magazine, Vol. XXVII, No. 5, May, 1919)

Thank you.
Major John C. Hutto Camp Commander
James Blackston



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Make Dixie Great Again
Support for the Southern Victory Campaign
James "Ron" Kennedy
Deputy Dir. of S.C.V. Heritage Operations

https://www.makedixiegreatagain.com/

Major John C. Hutto Camp Cannon


I saw in States’ rights the only availing check upon the absolutism of the sovereign will, and secession filled me with hope, not as the destruction but as the redemption of Democracy …. Therefore I deemed that you were fighting the battles of our liberty, our progress, and our civilization, and I mourn for the stake which was lost at Richmond more deeply than I rejoice over that which was saved at Waterloo. - Lord Acton, in a letter to Robert E Lee after the war.