I am the only person to have served as a state commander for the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War and the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
What does SoCV stand for?
SoCV stands for Sons of Confederate Veterans
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- South Orange County Water Authority
- Southeastern Oakland County Water Authority (Royal Oak, MI)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Battle of Palmito Ranch near Brownsville, Texas, on May 13, 1865, is called the last battle of the Civil War, but the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) might consider that judgment premature, given its conflict with the state's Department of Transportation and Department of Motor Vehicles.
Recently, members of our organization, Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV), made a contribution to your organization in the amount of $482.
I saw a Sons of Confederate Veterans member engaged in a lively and serious talk with an African-American," says Karen Smith Hupp, director of the college's community relations.
He was part of a campaign by the white Southern elite, working through Confederate patriotic societies such as the UDC, the United Confederate Veterans, and the Sons of Confederate Veterans, to make sacred a version of history that justified that elite's political control of the South.
His greatest previous claim to fame was being honoured with the 1994 Sons of Confederate Veterans Award for Bravery after saving two people from a sinking car while at a tournament in North Carolina.
Beauvoir was purchased by the United Sons of Confederate Veterans in 1902 and was given to the State of Mississippi to be used as a home for disabled Confederate veterans, their wives and widows.
Paige Chargois has courageously defended the right of Confederates to publicly commemorate their history and played a pivotal role in reaching out as an African American to the Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV).