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Secession Camp #4 is based in Charleston, South Carolina

Secession Camp #4

Charleston, South Carolina is one of the most beautiful cities on Earth. Its history attracts millions of tourists a year. We are this History and we will together elevate Charleston’s story globally!

SCV 2021 Reunion

Camp #4 WON 5 Awards at the SCV yearly 2021 Convention in Louisiana. Camp Making the LARGEST Contribution to the Stand Watie Scholarship, Best Newsletter, ANV Superior Camp Award...

Our Mission

It is the duty of the Sons of Confederate Veterans to defend the Confederate Soldier's good name, and to ensure that the true history of the South is presented to future generations

Why Donate, Join Us, and Grow Now?
Charleston needs us!

As 2021 is the year we are facing serious challenges we owe our ancestors, our history, and ourselves to take a stand and put a stop to the madness going on in erasing our heritage in Charleston and other cities. Nascar banned the presence of the confederate flag. Charleston City is removing the Confederate statues. What is next? We need you and we need you NOW!

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Featured Events

As we get together and enjoy our gatherings every week, we welcome all visitors and friends

Lee – Jackson Banquet 2022

Venue : --

Date : Jan 15, 2022

SCV South Carolina Division Convention 2022

Venue : Charleston SC

Date : Mar 18, 2022

Sons of Confederate Veterans National Reunion 2024

Venue : Charleston SC

Date : Jul 17, 2024

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Meet Our Camp Officers

Charles Long


Sid Shingler

1st Lt. Commander

Michael Dixon

2nd Lt. Commander

John Waring


Gene Patrick


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Secession Camp #4 Sons of Confederate Veterans is an asset to Charleston, South Carolina. We are the defenders of the American History. Who else is going to teach the true history of the South and Defend our precious Heritage but us! Get involved. Volunteer. DONATE.


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