Since 2002 the GBSHHA has honored the history and heritage of the brave soldiers that fought with the Georgia Brigade under generals Seth Barton and Marcellus Stovall. This brigade consisted of the fortieth, forty-first, forty-second, forty-third and fifty-second regiments, Confederate States of America.
In commemoration of the Sesquicentennial of the War Between the States, the Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans has launched a new website for the public. The website, which can be found at www.GeorgiaSCV.org, provides a wealth of information about Georgia's role in the Confederacy and the War as well as providing information about upcoming related events around the state. The Sesquicentennial marks the 150th anniversary of the War and will be officially remembered in hundreds of local and national events across the country as part of an ongoing effort for the next four years. The Georgia Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans is leading the way in these educational efforts.
The Commemorative patch for 2013 design will be available to members and guests will be available at the 2013 Congress. Designed in red and black with the drummer boy with the flag standing in the rain. Only fifty patches are available so don't miss out.