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LJ Pics / An Open Report / A Plea For Support

On Saturday evening, January 28, 2012 at the Annual Lee/Jackson dinner celebration, under the Command of the Honorable Ron Jones,
hosted by the Longstreet Zolliciffer Camp Sons of Confederate Veterans in Knoxville, Tennessee, Terry Lee Edgerton would successfully debut
his Historical March Across Dixie Pictorial Documentary Book as Mrs. Brooks, who depicted Mrs. Anna Jackson, the wife of the Honorable
General Thomas Stonewall Jackson, would bring the house down with her rendition. The Table of Brotherhood was well prepared on this evening, and a good time was had by all.

Terry Lee and I look very much forward to the Lee/Jackson event in Greenville, Tennessee on Saturday night, February 4, 2012; the Sons of
Confederate Veterans Black History program in Merbane, N.C. on Tuesday, February 14, 2012; the medal ceremony for Candice Hardwick in Latta,
South Carolina on Monday at Latta High School, and at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio on Tuesday & Wednesday, February 21 & 22,

Our hope is that we will garner the support from all as we began preparations for the 10 year anniversary of the Historic March Across
Dixie, and a planned visit to Robert E. Lee High School in Midland, Texas in hopes of correcting a tremendous wrong as our heritage and
the Flag of Lee and Jackson is once again under attack by those who hate all things Southern. Terry Lee’s book certainly depicts a
different tale than that told by those who want to use Black folks as their weapon of choice against our Southern Heritage, and most
importantly the Southern Cross. This book should be used by all who want the knock out tool against the lies and political correctness of
the day.