Category Archives: History

Review: A History of Appalachia

Richard B. Drake’s A History of Appalachia is an excellent introduction to the history and culture of the people of the region. The book can best be described as a scholarly overview of the literature that exists on the subject. … Continue reading

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Update: SCV Demands Apology From Washington and Lee University

Editor’s Note: Washington and Lee University has backtracked and confirmed the bullying did take place. This incident allegedly happened to a 15-year-old boy at the Washington and Lee demonstration last weekend: “Since it was my first time in Lexington I … Continue reading

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Whither Rainbowism: Has Unrequited Negrophilia Lost Its Allure In The SCV?

Kevin Levin writes: “This is about the fact that it was a group of African-American students who successfully petitioned their school to acknowledge their interpretation of the Confederate flag. It is a reminder that African Americans will never subscribe to … Continue reading

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Lexington Washington and Lee Demonstration

Yesterday, 13 members of the Virginia/Maryland League of the South joined a crowd of around 300 protesters from the Sons of the Confederate Veterans and The Virginia Flaggers in a demonstration in Lexington, VA against Washington and Lee University’s decision … Continue reading

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SCLC Agitates Against Confederate Monuments and Holidays

For those who don’t know their history, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) was Martin Luther King, Jr.’s “civil rights” organization. It grew out of the Montgomery Bus Boycott which launched the “Civil Rights Movement”: “Valdosta, GA – Across the … Continue reading

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The History of “Racism”

Alabama According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the term “racism” first appeared in English in the United States in 1936 in a fascist pamphlet by Lawrence Dennis called The Coming American Fascism: The Crisis of Capitalism. It is pretty clear … Continue reading

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Missouri Confederate Memorial Day

Missouri The Southern cause lives on in the great State of Missouri: Note: At some point in the future, I would like to use the Missouri Battle Flag at a demonstration, probably in Southeast Missouri.

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Appalachia’s Impoverishment

Appalachia Over the years, I have tried to explain this to various White Nationalists on the internet who know very little about Southern history, and who are under the misguided impression that Southern cotton plantations – hundreds of miles away … Continue reading

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Colonial Appalachia

Appalachia The first chapter of John Alexander Williams’ Appalachia: A History is an account of the settlement of Appalachia by the first White settlers, the Germans and English, who were soon followed into the Great Valley from Pennsylvania by the … Continue reading

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Confederate Appalachia

Virginia Here’s an excerpt from John Alexander Williams’ book, Appalachia: A History: “It was also a fact, however, that the mountain region had plenty of secessionists. Thomas Clingman and William Waightstill Avery, Democratic rivals of Vance for leadership in western … Continue reading

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