A Debt of Gratitude

The New Mexico Confederate Historical Society is dedicated to upholding the honor and dignity of the Southern soldiers who fought heroically in a war of independence to protect their homes and families from invasion by an enemy three times their number.

We owe a debt of gratitude to those who left farm and workplace behind to put their lives in harm’s way to protect the Constitutional rights of Statehood that their forefathers before them fought to obtain from the British Empire.

Today, these rights have all but disappeared as the Federal government agencies force more and more of America into their criminal system of oppression and fascism. We are seeing what appears to be the equivalent of a hostile takeover of American rights as dictated by the instigators of one-world government, which would mean the end of the United States as we have known Her, . . . rewriting history, replacing traditions, perverting education, and destroying the family.

The battle to preserve our rights is proving to be one of the hardest battles ever fought by the American people. The New Mexico Confederate Historical Society will endeavor to explore, bring forth, and defend the true stories of our history and the men and women who lived it.

We hope you enjoy our site. We will strive to provide a factual and insightful look at Southern heritage and its place in the American experience.

— NMCHS

Confederate attack at Pigeon's Ranch, Roy Andersen painting (NPS).

Confederate attack at Pigeon’s Ranch, Battle of Glorieta, NM, March 28, 1862. Roy Andersen painting (NPS).


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From the NMCHS:

From the NMCHS:


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NMSCV Report: GPS LOCATIONS OF CONFEDERATE HEADSTONES and MEMORIALS IN N.M.

GPS Locations of Confederate Veteran Tombstones

SCV N.M. DIVISION REPORT

Looking Westward to California

Looking Westward to California

Looking Eastward to Texas

Looking Eastward to Texas

Battle of Glorieta Pass Memorial

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Black Elk on “Saving the Vision”

“But I think I have done right to save the vision in this way, even though I may die sooner because I did it; for I know the meaning of the vision is wise and beautiful and good; and you can see that I am only a pitiful old man after all.”

 


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Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone helping to preserve New Mexico’s exceptional history!


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Black Elk on History

 

“If you will read again what is written, you will see how it was.”


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The Importance of History

“Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat ir.”

          — Edmund Burke

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