Welcome the to SCV Camp 2034 Web Site.
The Captain E. D. Baxter Camp 2034 is based in Fairview Tennessee and was chartered in December of 2003.
Camp 2034 Meets at the Fairview Recreation Center every second Tuesday at 7:00 PM.
Click here for a Map to our meeting location.
For more information about Camp 2034, please contact our Camp Commander.

Camp Commander - William T. Adcock

Our Objective:

To Associate in one united, compact body of men of Confederate ancestry, and to cultivate, perpetuate and sanctify the ties of fraternity and friendship entailed thereby: to aid and encourage the history and achievement from Jamestown to this present era, constantly endeavoring to see that the events of the War Between the States and the heroic contributions of the Confederate soldiers of Indian Territory are authentically and clearly written, and that all documents, relics and mementos produced and handed down by those active participants therein are properly treasured and preserved for posterity; to aid and assist in the erection of suitable and enduring monuments and memorials to all Southern valor, civil and military, wherever done and wherever found; to instill into our descendants a devotion to and reverence for the principles represented by the Confederate States of America, to the honor, glory and memory of our fathers who fought in that cause.

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The 167-page book includes more than 100 photos of county veterans and is available in both hard and soft covers.

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A Picture of the Capt. Ed Baxter and His Tennessee Artillerymen, CSA, Book CoverCaptain Ed Baxter and His Tennessee Artillerymen, CSA
Now Available. Written by Compatriot Dennis Lampley of Camp 2034!

Captain Ed Baxter and His Tennessee Artillerymen, CSA is the first complete unit history ever written on Baxter's Company Tennessee Light Artillery 2nd Organization. This book retraces the footsteps of these Confederate soldiers in the Civil War starting with their recruitment in Middle Tennessee in the fall of 1862. The long marches, drudgery of camp life and their role in some of the bloodiest battles of the war are detailed in the book. The book includes the struggles their families faced at home while they were defending the Southland and details their capture and parole in Macon, Georgia at the end of the war. The book contains the complete service and pension records of all the soldiers who served in the company as well as photograph and personal information.

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