​​​Sons of Confederate Veterans
Tallassee Armory Guards
Camp 1921 of Tallassee, AL

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Welcome to the Tallassee Armory Guards!​​​

This is the official website of the Tallassee Armory Guards SCV Camp #1921.
We are located in historic Tallassee, Alabama on the banks of the Tallapoosa River.
Tallassee is the home of the only Confederate Armory not destroyed during the
War Between the States where the Tallassee Carbine was manufactured.
The Armory still stands as a National Historic site and is currently under renovation.
Tallassee Armory Guards Camp Officers

  • Camp Commander Fred Randall Hughey
  • 1st Lt. Commander: Ronnie Brantley
  • 2nd Lt. Commander: Malcom Kyser
  • Adjutant: Marion Patrick
  • Treasurer: David Davidson
  • Camp Historian: Alan Taunton
  • Judge Advocate: Tony McCarty
  • Chaplain: Rick Dorley
  • Assistant Chaplain: Charles Pollard
  • Color Sargent: Charles Griggs
  • Chief of Staff: Sam Benson
  • Quartermaster: Larry Warren
  • Southeast Central Brigade Commander: Larry Warren
  • Past Commanders: Tim Hobbs, Tim Watkins, Larry Warren, Joe Barber
  • Newsletter Publisher: Wendy Osborne
  • Media Representative: Fred Randall Hughey

Charge to the Sons of Confederate Veterans

"To you, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we will commit the vindication of the cause for which we fought. To your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldier's good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles which he loved and which you love also, and those ideals which made him glorious and which you also cherish."​​

​~ Lt. General Stephen Dill Lee, 

​Commander General, United Confederate 
​Veterans, New Orleans, Louisiana
​April 25, 1906
Battles for the Armory 2019

November 8th through Novemeber 10th, 2018.  
School Day Friday November 8th.   
Facebook page for additional information.  
Battles, Saturday and Sunday, November 9th and 10th.

The Tallassee Armory Guards sponsor:
The Battles for the Armory, a Civil War Re-Enactment.    
Click here to see photos of previous Battles for the Armory.

Visit this site often for official information and updates.