1st Lt. David Richard Reynolds Camp #2270, SCV, Mount Pleasant, Texas


Helpful and Interesting Links

Sons or Confederate Veterans
SCV International Headquarters
SCV Trans-Missippi
SCV Army of Trans-Mississippi
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5th Brigade, Texas Division
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United Daughters of the Confederacy
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Texas United Daughters of the Confederacy
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Texas Division Order of Confederate Rose
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Dixie Broadcasting
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Genealogical Sites

Family Search: Free Family History, Family Tree, and Genealogy Records and Resources from Around the World

Ancestry.com: Ancestry is a great place to research your family

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National Archives: Confederate Pensions

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Museums and Such

The Confederate Museum

Texas Civil War Museum: Fort Worth, TX

Texas Heritage Museum at Hill College - Hillsboro, TX

Louisiana's Civil War Museum at Confederate Memorial Hall New Orleans

Museum of Southern History: Following a lengthy tenure in Sugar Land, Texas

President Jefferson Davis' Home & Library


Miscellaneous Links

SCV's Official YouTube Site

SCV's Official Facebook Page

SCV Headquarters Blog

Southern Pride Flag Company

American Civil War Association

Civil War Potpourri: Facts About the Civil War

Civil War Soldiers and Sailor System

Confederate Veteran Magazine Blog

National Civil War Association

Stephen D. Lee Institute

(listed alphabetically)

Amana Woolen Mill
American Civil War Knapsacks
Blockade Runeer
C & D Jarnagin Company
C.J Daley
Carter & Jasper
Clearwater Hats
County Cloth / Charles Childs
Deep South Depot
Dell's Leather Works
Dirty Billy's Hats
Duvall Leatherworks
Ed Welch's Antiques / Eyeglasses
Fall Creek Suttlery
Family Heirloom Weavers
Galla Rock Shirt & Pattern Co.
Hanover Brass
Historic EyeWare Company
James Country Mercantile
Jas Townsend and Son
Lodgewood Mfg.
Mattimore Harness
Military Warehouse
Missouri Boot & Shoe Co.
Mercury Supply Company Sutler
N.J. Sekela
Needle and Thread
Otter Creek Tinware
Period Fabrics
Quartermaster Shop
Regimental Quartermaster
S&S Firearms
S&S Sutler of Gettysburg
Scott Hams
Stony Brook Company
Sutler of Fort Scott
The Grand Spectacle
Wambaugh, White, & Company
William Booth Draper
Wooded Hamlet

** Lt. David R. Reynolds Camp does not recommend or guarentee the work of any specific Sutler. **