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Deo Vindice
(God Will Vindicate)
ARMY of NORTHERN VIRGINIA
2nd Brigade
Powhatan Troop

Camp # 1382
Charge to the Sons of Confederate Veterans:
"To you, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we submit the vindication of the Cause for which we fought; to your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldier's good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles he loved and which made him glorious and which you also cherish. Remember, it is your duty to see that the true history of the South is presented to future generations".
Lt. General Stephen Dill Lee, Commander General, United Confederate Veterans, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1906
The Powhatan Troop Flag; the portrait is of Pocohontas
GUARD OF THE DAUGHTERS OF POWHATAN
COMPANY E,
FOURTH VIRGINIA CAVALRY
Camp 1382 visits Edgemont in Powhatan VA.  The original home was owned by James McLaurine, a soldier in the American Revolution, and the birthplace of his grandson, Colonel John Singleton Mosby (CSA).
Constructed Circa 1794
Hold pointer on picture to view Courthouse history
SCV Camp 1382, the Powhatan Troop, proudly serving as the Color Guard at the
Powhatan Labor Day Parade 2010
See September Cannon Report for Details
The Cannon Reports
December, 2013 Cannon Report
History of The Powhatan Troop
Monument at the Powhatan Courthouse
"Erected to Keep in Tender Rememberance"
THE POWHATAN TROOP
COMPANY E
FOURTH VIRGINIA CAVALRY
2010 - 2012 CAMP OFFICERS
SCV Camp 1382 visit to Sailor's Creek Battlefield Park
Picture taken in front of the Hillsman House
to view a larger picture see the May Cannon Report
The Powhatan Troop Monument Deed
March 3, 1896

The December meeting will be the Christmas Party/dinner at Commander Phibbs' Home in Powhatan VA. on the 14th at 6 PM.  We are also marching in the Powhatan County Christmas Parade on that day.  If you can march with us please be at the Fire House at 2:00
  For details please see  the
December Cannon Report
Camp meetings are usually held the 4th Sunday of each month.

For exact time and place of meeting, see the Cannon Report link above.  The Cannon Report for the current month is usually posted approximately one week before the meeting.
Historic Elm Springs, located in Columbia, Tennessee
SCV International
Headquarters
Who can be a member?
SCV LINKS:
Powhatan Troop
Community Projects
and  SCV Event
The Powhatan Troop's position on the placing of the Lincoln Statue at the
Tredegar Iron Works in
Richmond,Virginia
Links of Special Interest
"First Muster"
Artist Henery Kidd,
SCV Commander of the Army of Northern Virginia
(First Muster day at the Powhatan Courthouse, 1861)
Prints can be purchased from thePowhatan Troop
If you would like a copy please contact
SCVCamp1382@yahoo.com

The Powhatan Troop has sponsored one of the sites for the
Civil War Trails of Virginia located in the County of Powhatan
Comments or questions,
e-mail me at
SCVCamp1382@yahoo.com

View the Powhatan Court House
Civil War Trail Information
Site updated December 8,  2013
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