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Our ancestors believed enough in their way of life that they took up arms to defend their Homes, Families, and Friends from an invading Army. They also shared a firm belief in the ORIGINAL interpretation of the United States Constitution and way of life it was written to protect.

The Jim Pearce Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans is tasked with preserving the true history of the Heroes of our region of Western Kentucky who joined the Confederate Cause. 

We seek to improve the present day understanding of the motives and reasoning these men used in their time and under their circumstances to decide it had come time for armed resistance to the invaders from the North.

Against all odds, the Confederacy held on for four years. Our Southern Heroes fought valiantly against a military machine that had resources well beyond the grasp of the fledgling Confederacy and its Allies.

Many of those same ideals that these Heroes defended back in the 1860's remain visible, viable and debated in today's society. 
The victor may have defeated the Confederacy on the battlefield, but many of those ideals still live on in hearts and minds. 
The SCV and the Jim Pearce Camp are Heritage groups and stand directly opposed to all hate groups, especially those who try to inappropriately use the symbols of our ancestors.

Our Camp Vision:
The Jim Pearce Camp provides a valuable service to the community and to its members through its activities to honor Confederate ancestors. It maintains a strong membership with a core of committed members who dedicate their time, talents, and resources to meet our mission. The Camp members provide leadership in their communities and serve as role models to their sons and daughters by encouraging them to carry forward the Cause of the Sons of the Confederate Veterans.



Highway Marker Russellville KY
This highway marker in Russellville KY points out that Kentucky was the 13th State to join the Confederacy.
'History' books claim only 11 
States succeeded. 
WHY ARE THE BOOKS NOT TELLING THE TRUTH?
Our Camp Mission:
The Jim Pearce Camp honors its ancestors by emulating and perpetuating the honorable values and principles that characterized the brave and true men who fought for the Confederacy. The Camp promotes goodwill throughout Western Kentucky by locating grave sites and setting stones, conducting memorial services, participating in battle reenactments, and researching, recording, and guarding the historical truths of the Western Kentucky Confederate while educating citizens concerning the Confederacy, its soldiers, and their Cause.

We meet at 6:30 PM on the Fourth Monday evening of every month. 

Our meetings are held in the community room at the George Coon Public Library, 114 South Harrison Street, in Princeton, Kentucky. 

Our meeting format is very informal and is open to all who share a love for our history and  ancestors.