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27 11, 2006

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By |2006-11-27T22:39:00+00:00November 27th, 2006|H.K. Edgerton|Comments Off on Hkedgerton 118

Back to the main articles page      A Confederate Debate Black man says Forrest should stay on MTSU hall By BYRON HENSLEY Confederate Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest had at least one black supporter in Murfreesboro Sunday. H.K. Edgerton, a black Southern heritage activist and former president of the Ashville, N.C., branch of the NAACP, was in town briefly to show support to MTSU students who are mounting a petition drive to keep Forrest's [...]

22 11, 2006

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By |2006-11-22T18:19:00+00:00November 22nd, 2006|H.K. Edgerton|Comments Off on Hkedgerton 117

Back to the main articles page      Virginia March Date: November 22, 2006 To: "'Bill Graham, III'" Dear Bill, Terry Lee has concurred that we heed the advice of Daryl Starnes and pick a date in early Spring to finish this. We end a March in Tallahassee some time in early March. Possibly shortly after that would be a good time. I'll take it up with Daryl, Brandon Dorsey, and Grayson Jennings, and [...]

20 11, 2006

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By |2006-11-20T23:41:00+00:00November 20th, 2006|H.K. Edgerton|Comments Off on Hkedgerton 115

Back to the main articles page      March up Route 29 in Virginia From: Bill Graham, III [mailto:wgraham@firstva.com] Sent: Friday, November 17, 2006 Compatriot Edgerton: My camp is in Madison County and you pass through there on the way north on Route 29. Publicity has not been easy to find on this and we have wanted to help but did not have enough information. What do you need: marchers, money, a place to [...]

20 11, 2006

Hkedgerton 116

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter To Loyal Southern Blacks , To Be or Not To Be Today, Sunday morning, November 19, 2006, I would attend the morning worship at Friendship Presbyterian Church in Black Mountain, North Carolina. It was as if the Pastor had been sent a message to present to me. I had began doodling a message earlier this morning about about the loyalty that Southern Blacks [...]

16 11, 2006

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By |2006-11-16T21:00:00+00:00November 16th, 2006|H.K. Edgerton|Comments Off on Hkedgerton 114

Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter To The Tennessee Division Of The Sons Of Confederate Veterans / Franklin General Patrick Ronayne Cleburne was the first to suggest (in a circular letter) the arming of Southern Slaves and their muster into military service ; he was Ms Anna Belle Edgerton , my dear mom who now rests in heaven, favorite General. General Cleburne would lose his life in the Battle [...]

15 11, 2006

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By |2006-11-15T20:24:00+00:00November 15th, 2006|H.K. Edgerton|Comments Off on Hkedgerton 112

Back to the main articles page      March Across Virginia / Terry Lee's Words / A Decision We met today to discuss the very honorable proposal of the Sons of Confederate Veterans of Virginia; to delay our March . It came down to a vote and, Terry Lee had the last and deciding word ; he called it a compromise and moment of truth; HK, he would say, looking right at me, just [...]

15 11, 2006

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Back to the main articles page      An Open Letter To the Editor of Southern Heritage News (A Response to the Joe Jackson Letter) Confederate Flag Still a Sensitive Issue In the Southern Heritage News, in a letter to the Editor, a Mr.. Joe Jackson begins his diatribe about circumventing tanks, floats, floats and people assembling for the Veterans Day event in down town Nashville on the Saturday morning of November 11, 2006. [...]

8 11, 2006

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By |2006-11-08T21:39:00+00:00November 8th, 2006|H.K. Edgerton|Comments Off on Hkedgerton 111

Back to the main articles page      March Across Virginia / An Open Letter To The Chairman of The Federation of States Dear Chairman Joyce, In response to your letter which I greatly appreciate ; ironically some of your concerns are those of many of whom I correspond with. First let me address the March Across Virginia. I have been in touch with Daryl Starnes, the Heritage Defense Chair of the Sons of [...]