Stone Fort Camp #1944

Nacogdoches, Texas

The Primary Objective of the Stone Fort Camp #1944 is to develop and expand the positive exposure and perception of our Confederate Veterans and their cause in Nacogdoches and its surrounding communities.

The Stone Fort Camp is a 501(c)(3) Organization

Activities of the Camp

  • Monthly Meetings
  • Veteran Grave and Cemetery Dedications
  • Living History Events and Portrayals
  • Guest Speakers On War Between the States Topics
  • Participation In  State and National Reunions
  • Genealogical Support and Assistance
  • Fund Raising Events for Monument Defense 
  • Participation In Parades and Festivals
  • Heritage Education and Protection

A Tale Of Two Soldiers

In today’s politically correct environment, it apparently is acceptable to destroy monuments, desecrate graves, destroy reputations and ignore true history.  Judging people that lived in earlier times by current mores is not only acceptable but expected. It provides the basis for totally rewriting the honor, contributions and moral character of our ancestors. Most often done by people that have no factual understanding of where and from whom they came.

This is a story of two opposing soldiers who left their animosity on the  battlefield. If only we could do the same today.

* A correction to the article, their graves are on Find A Grave

Our Stone Fort Camp Compatriot, Joe Allport

 is Co-Author of the book “Texans at Antietam”. 

For a signed copy, click the link below