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2005 Capital of the Confederacy Memorial March
2 April 2005
My Webshots photos of the 2005 Capital of the Confederacy Memorial March which took place in Richmond, Virginia. Four Confederate soldiers from
North Carolina were reinterred in Hollywood Cemetery.
Grand Daddy Flagger of them All
27 January 2005
Grand daddy Georgia Flagger of them all, Elijah Coleman, participates in a flagging of Atlanta motorists at historic Sweetwater Chapel in Lilburn,
Georgia with other flaggers and members of the Eli P. Landers Camp of the SCV.
REAL Flaggers at Sweetwater
27 January 2005
Georgia flaggers flag rush hour Atlanta motorists with the REAL Georgia flag at historic Sweetwater Chapel, home of the Eli P. Landers Camp 1724 of
the Sons of Confederate Veterans. Photo was taken by Larry Poole during a 27 January 2005 flagging there.
H. K. Edgarton at the Augusta Flagging of the NAACP
7 October 2004
Black Confederate patriot H. K. Edgarton signs a copy of a newspaper article on him for E. Porter Alexander Camp member Tim Hardin during a
flagging of the NAACP in Augusta, Georgia. The flagging was held at the Radisson Inn in Augusta during the South Carolina NAACP Convention held
there in October of 2004. The flagging was done in protest of scalawag Mayor Bob Young's removal of two 2nd National Confederate flags from the
historic Riverwalk section adjoining the Radisson Inn. This heritage violation was done at the request of the NAACP during preparations for their
Those "Always Complaining People" get flagged in Augusta, Georgia
7 October 2004
In the foreground of this scene of SCV and League of the South patriots, is Jeffrey Monk of Loganville, Georgia. He participated with numerous
Confederate patriots in Augusta, Georgia to protest the removal of Confederate flags from the city's Riverwalk section by Mayor Bob Young in October
of 2004. The flagging ran for three days and drew a crowd of over 150 Confederate patriots, mostly from Georgia and South Carolina.
The Georgia Flaggers hit Perdue in an upscale Atlanta neighborhood
30 June 2004
On 30 June 2004, members of the elite group know unofficially as The Georgia Flaggers hit The Liar Sonny Perdue in an upscale neighbor hood on
Bellaire Drive on Atlanta's northeast side. Georgia patriots from as far away as Toccoa, Georgia attended this flagging led by Elijah Coleman, arguably
the grand daddy flagger of them all. In the foreground, pictured from left to right, are Elijah Coleman, Steve Monk and Norman Black.
At the grave of General James Longstreet
2 May 2004
Steve Monk and his son Jeffrey stand beside the grave of General James Longstreet in Alta Vista Cemetery after a 100th Anniversary reenactment of
funeral in Gainesville, Georgia on 2 May 2004. About 125 citizens and reenactors participated in the reenactment and funeral procession which
proceeded down Gainesville's Jesse Jewel Parkway to Alta Vista Cemetery dispite a misting rain.
Artillery Group Sepia
24 April 2004
This photo, comprised mostly of members of the Eli P. Landers Camp 1724 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, was taken on 24 April 2004 at the
Flag Terrace on Georgia's Stone Mountain.