The Military Order of the Stars and Bars represents the descendants of Confederate officers. This hereditary order is the only organization directly affiliated with the Sons of Confederate Veterans, composed of lineal and collateral descendants of members of the Confederate officer's corps. The MOS&B has helped to restore and display Confederate symbols and has worked to preserve the values and traditions their forebears brought into battle. This page explains what the role of Confederate officers played in the war, the history and role of the Order, and the membership requirements.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans is an historical organization active in the preservation of Confederate monuments, memorials, flags and traditions of the great Confederate soldiers who came before them. This organization, working very hard to honor the great Confederates, is open to any male descendant, lineal or collateral, of the soldiers, sailors, and official of the Confederacy. These pages give information on the history and membership of the SCV, and how to join it. Army of the Trans-Mississippi of the Sons of Confederate Veterans
This is the homepage of the oldest active Confederate hereditary organization. The United Daughters of the Confederacy is open to any female descendant, either lineal or collateral, of a soldier, sailor, or official of the Confederacy. The UDC, with a membership of around 30,000, is active in the fields of historical preservation and honoring great Southern tradition.
The United Daughters of the Confedercy Museum of Charleston, South Carolina, is a magnificent display of southern culture and Confederate heritage. Being the 4th largest collection of artifacts of the Confedercy, this museum boasts one of Charlestons major attractions, with renovations planned. This page explains why this museum is important and the historical significance of the building.