In the pre-Civil War South, a plantation owner dies and leaves all his possessions, including his slaves, to his young son. While the deceased treated his slaves decently, his corrupt executor abuses them unmercifully, beating them without provocation, and he is planning to sell off the fathers estate–including the slaves–at the earliest opportunity so he and his mistress can steal the money and move to France. The young boy doesn’t want to sell his father’s estate or break up an of the slave families, and he has to find someone to help him thwart the crooked executor’s plans. -IMDb
We’re raising money to save, commission or rebuild southern monuments across Dixie! Here are three very important missions happening across the Confederation.
Sons of Confederate Veterans – Alamo City Guards Camp #1325 Commissioning quite possibly the first monument to the Tejano Confederate Soldier.
Gordonsville Grays SCV Camp #2301 is commissioning a 21′ Robert E. Lee based on the sculpture that was desecrated by Ralph Northam
Col. Allen R. Witt Camp #615 Sons of Confederate Veterans is building a first of its kind Confederate memorial plaza.