I salute the Confederate flag, with affection, reverence, and undying devotion to the Cause for which it stands.
Welcome to the Homepage of the
General Louis Hebert Camp 2032
Of The Sons of Confederate Veterans
Louisiana Division Distinguished Camp 2005
Louisiana Division Distinguished Camp 2006
All comments on this page are my personal opinion and it is my privilege to provide this web page..
Travis J. Callahan SCV
3rd Louisiana Infantry Flag courtesy of Jim's Flags
Commander Mike Broussard wants to remind everyone that your dues are payable now and are $35.00. You may mail your dues to:
This site is always under construction
Quote of the Month
My trust is in the mercy and wisdom of a kind Providence, who ordereth all things for our good.
By General R.E.Lee
Once more Compatriot Clarence Bonin is honored with an award
Once more Compatriot Clarence Bonin is honored with an award
Camp Calendar of Events
On May 10, 2014 a celebration to commemorate the 150 year anniversary of the Battle of Calcasieu Pass, LA was held at the Cameron Parish Courthouse. Commander Mike Broussard, Historian Clyde Aucoin, and Hebert Camp Genealogists Irvin "Toby" Akers and Travis Callahan were in attendance. Also present were Micky Akers and Diana Callahan.
The entrance to the old Courthouse with the Veteran's Memorial
Some of the SCV members in attendance from East Texas and North and South Louisiana
General Louis Hebert Camp 2032
Historian Clyde Aucoin, Commander Mike Broussard, Camp Genealogists Travis Callahan and Toby Akers
Clyde Aucoin & Mike Broussard of The General Louis Hebert Camp 2032
Commander Mike Broussard of The General Louis Hebert Camp 2032 addresses the gathering
The following are the 2014 & 2015 Elected Officers of The Gen. Louis Hebert Camp 2032 .
Camp Commander George Michael Broussard email@example.com
1st. Lt. Commander Dale Timothy Hebert firstname.lastname@example.org
2nd Lt. Commander Terry Badon email@example.comAdjutant/Treasurer Open. Please consider helping the Camp by accepting this position.
Historian Clyde Aucoin firstname.lastname@example.org
Appointed By The Commander
Judge Advocate Position open
Genealogist/Webmaster /Acting Secretary Travis Callahan email@example.com
Genealogist Irvin "Toby" Akers firstname.lastname@example.orgGenealogist David K. Landry email@example.com
Color Sgt. Frederick Hebert
Quartermaster Position open
Newsletter is the Hebert Camp Web Page
October 10 Meeting featured Clyde Aucoin and his second in a series of three programs describing General Grant's Vicksburg Campaign. Clyde has an exceptional memory and really makes the campaign come to life with his slide presentation from the battlefield.
I have communicated with the great grandson of General Pemberton for the past 20 years. J.D. Pemberton is over 90 years old at this time and is as sharp in memory as a person can be. Clyde recently spoke to Mr. Pemberton by phone about his famous ancestor.
Copy of the Original hand drawn Christmas Card at Camp Pratt in 1862
New Camp decals are now available from Commander Mike Broussard . The decal is actual size as shown and costs $6.00 each.
Meetings are held every second Thursday at Alesi's Pizza
Social hour is 6:00 with Meeting time at 7:00.
Alesi's is on
Johnston (4110 Johnston St) on the left at Brentwood Blvd., as
you come into Lafayette from the South. Plenty of parking next door at the bank.
Pictures from the Past
This picture is from the same date as the picture below. The Soldier in the middle is Col. Charles Santana
Above Picture submitted by August Gerard Schwartz, Orlando, Florida great great grandson of Col. Santana
Submitted by Compatriot Larry Bodin
appeared in the Franklin Banner
among the visiting Veterans
were Gen. T, J. Shaffer, Commander of the Louisiana Division of the
Confederate Veterans, Col. Charles Santana, his Adjutant General, Major
Higgins and Major John Cornahan, of
picture was taken on
Henry Penn was one of several of Larry's ancestors, (great grand-uncle) who fought in the war.
Old CSA soldier Henry Penn with his beloved dogs. Picture submitted by Larry Bodin
Click here to view our Camp Honor Roll
Compatriot Dale Hebert with a picture of the tombstone of his ancestor CSA soldier Edward Hebert
Visit The Young Sanders Center for the study of the War Between The States.
The following are directions
on how the get there compliments
of Compatriot Don Boudreaux.
underpass and just a few blocks on the left is Charlie's, you go about a mile and you will come to a dead end intersection at old Hwy 90 which is Franklin's Main Street. At that intersection you take a right and go on into town a couple miles until you get to the intersection of Main and Iberia Street (a stop light). You go on and the next intersection is Adams Street, the next street is Jackson Street, take a left there and go one block and that dead ends at the Bayou Teche. Take a right and that is Teche Street. On the right after Scelfo Cleaners is the Young-Sanders Center. There is parking in front on the left side next to the Bayou.
Click on the link below to visit the beautiful Young- Sanders Center for Research on the War Between The States located in Franklin, Louisiana. Please consider becoming a "Friend Of The Center".
Young-Sanders Center Foundation ( Franklin Museum)
The purpose of our Camp is to honor our ancestors who fought against overwhelming odds when their home states seceded from the union. They responded to their Country's call much like our current soldiers who now fight in Iraq. Many did not want to fight, much less die. But soldiers across history have responded to a call to service. I am proud of my ancestors service to their country and I am proud of my own service to my country. God Bless our soldiers who are now in harms way and fighting for our freedom.
Charge to the Sons of Confederate Veterans:
you, Sons of
Confederate Veterans, we submit the vindication of the Cause for which
fought; to your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate
good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his
perpetuation of those principles he loved and which made him glorious
you also cherish. Remember, it is your duty to see that the true
history of the
South is presented to future generations."
- Lt. General Stephen Dill Lee, Commander General, United Confederate Veterans, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1906
The SCV does not condone or have any connection to any group which misuses Confederate Flags or symbols, or defames the name of the Confederate Soldier in the name of hatred or racism
The flag of General Hebert and his 3rd Louisiana Infantry and The General Louis Hebert Camp 2032 of the SCV
Click on this link to read the truth about the War of 1861
A lesson in History ( The War of 1861 )
Photo by Heathe Courville
This bust of General Louis Hebert was dedicated in 1910 and is located in the Vicksburg, Mississippi Battlefield Park. Click on the link below to get to the Vicksburg Park Service Commanders page, then select General Louis Hebert from the list.
Note: Everything is considered in the public domain on the Vicksburg Site including the bust of the General. It may be distributed or copied as is permitted by the law.
General Louis Hebert CSA
© 2004 Allen Dale Belaire
Click here to read General Hebert's Official Reports on the Vicksburg, Mississippi siege
Click here to see the Louisiana Civil War Map of Battles
The Dedication of the Confederate Memorial in Franklin, LA February 28, 1914 From the St. Mary Banner Newspaper. Picture submitted by Larry D. Bodin
For those who think that our ancestors fought to preserve slavery I submit the following :
In all their motley array there was hardly a uniform to be seen, and then, and throughout all the brilliant campaign on which they were about to enter there was nothing to distinguish their officers, even a general, from the men in the ranks, save a bit of red flannel, or a piece of cotton cloth, fastened to the shoulder, or to the arm, of the former. But for all that they were the truest and best of soldiers. Many of them, when just emerging from endured to the dangers and privations of the wilderness; and many had engaged in the hot strife which had ensanguined the prairies of Kansas.
there was hardly a man who could not read and write, and who was not
intelligent than the great mass of American citizens; not one who had
voluntarily abandoned his home with all its tender ties, and thrown
away all his
possessions, and left father and mother, or wife and children, within
enemy's lines, that he might himself stand by the South in her hour of
peril, and help her to defend her fields and her firesides. And among
there was not a man who had come forth to fight for slavery.
Thomas L. Snead, on the Missouri State Guard in his book, Fight For Missouri.
General Hebert's Life in Brief
Louis Hebert, a first cousin of General Paul O. Hebert, and a
brother-in-law of Gen. Walter H. Stevens, was born in Iberville Parish, La., March 13, 1820. His early education came from private tutors on the family plantation.
Later he attended Jefferson College in La. and graduated third in the class of
1845 at West Point. He resigned two years later to take charge of his father's
sugar interests. During the years before the outbreak of the War for Southern
Independence, he was an officer of militia; a member of the state senate, and
chief engineer of La. Hebert entered the Confederate Army as a colonel of the
3rd La. Infantry. He fought with credit at Wilson's Creek, and was captured
with a large part of his command at the battle of Elkhorn. After being exchanged,
he was promoted to brigadier general on May 26, 1862. He commanded the 2nd
Brigade of Gen. Henry Little's division of Price's army in North Mississippi,
taking a gallant part in the battles of Iuka, Corinth, and in the siege of
Vicksburg. He was subsequently and until the end of the war in charge of the heavy artillery in and around Fort Fisher, North Carolina; and also acted as chief
engineer of the Confederate War Dept in that state. He returned to La. upon the
cessation of hostilities and spent the remaining years of his life editing a
newspaper and teaching in private schools in Iberville and St. Martin Parishes, in the latter of which his death occurred on Jan. 7, 1901. He was buried near Cecilia, La. and later re-buried by the Sons of Confederate Veterans at St.
Joseph's Cemetery in Cecilia, LA.
Hebert Camp News
The Camp has now joined the Adopt-A-Road project and adopted both sides the road within 1/4 mile of the Camp Pratt Memorial Marker on Highway 182 North of New Iberia, LA. Signs have been installed by the Louisiana State Highway Department. Our mission is to keep the area at and near the marker litter free. Thanks to all our members who participated in the first clean up on April 15, 2006
Brig. General John G. Pratt Memory Honored
A year long project to honor further the memory of General John G. Pratt has finally come to fruition in Portland, Connecticut. Hebert Camp 1st.Lt.Commander , Perry Vannoy, started a search for the gravesite of the General and by library research and electronic communications he was able to contact and establish communications with Hartford, Connecticut Historian and Archivist Robert G. Carroon Mr. Carroon was able to locate the Pratt family burial plot in the town of Portland, Connecticut .There was nothing on the burial markers to indicate that Mr. Pratt had been a CSA General or a resident and sugar cane planter in Opelousas, Louisiana .
In a series of written and phone conversations over the course of a year , Compatriot Perry Vannoy and Mr. Carroon planned a memorial service to be held at the gravesite with local re-enactors of both the Union and Confederate Armies, all descendants of soldiers of the War Between The States in attendance.
The Louis Hebert Camp 2032 commissioned a bronze plaque to be manufactured with the inscription written by local Louisiana resident Mr. Pratt Munsen, great -great grandson of General Pratt.
On Sunday, July 30, 2006, in Portland, Connecticut, the above plaque was placed on the Pratt Tombstone in a reverent ceremony attended by Camp 2032 Commander Clarence Bonin and Compatriot Donald Boudreaux, and Mr. Pratt Munsen and a dozen members of his family all descendants of General Pratt.
General John G. Pratt has been honored and another historical project of the General Louis Hebert Camp 2032 SCV has been completed.
Replica Flag by the late member Donald Boudreaux
Click on the line below for the
ANCESTRY OF CONFEDERATE BRIGADIER GENERAL LOUIS HEBERT
by Compatriot Donald J. Boudreaux
Click on the link below for the steps to joining our Camp
Use the site to see membership requirements and to print the application to join The General Louis Hebert Camp 2032 of the SCV.
How to Join The Sons of Confederate Veterans
Sites to help you Research Your Ancestors
Click Here to Research Your ancestors on Booth's Records
Research Soldiers Pensions at the LOUISIANA STATE ARCHIVES
Acadians in Gray by Steven A. Cormier
Click on these other SCV Links
Biographies or histories of the namesakes of the Camps of the Louisiana Division
The Constitution of The Confederate States
The Constitution of the Sons of Confederate Veterans
Click here to Visit the Web Page of the SCV
Tribute to General Robert E. Lee
Captain James W. Bryan Camp 1390
Brig Gen J.J. Alfred A. Mouton Camp 778
Major General Franklin Gardner Camp 1421
The Pelican Battery Living History Re-enactment Unit
Click on these other SCV Links
The Homepage of Cpl.Richard Buie ,Civil War Re-enactor
General Leroy Augustus Stafford Camp #358 Alexandria, LA
Col. Samuel D. Russell Camp #1617, Natchitoches, LA
Ambassador John Slidell Camp #1727,Slidell, LA
The web page of Author Charles Kelly Barrow honoring the Black Confederates
Other SCV Links
Missouri Division of the SCV
Sterling Price Camp No. 145
The 37th Texas Cavalry ( Honoring the men of color in the Confederacy, Black, Hispanic, Chinese and Native American )
Confederates of Color ( a page of the 37th Texas Cavalry)
Click here to see where the other SCV camps are located in our country.
Camp Mailing Address
Gen. Louis Hebert Camp
108 Washitta Road
Lafayette, LA 70501-7756
Special Thanks to Dixie for the beautiful midi of Dixie click the link below for her page
Dixie's Music Page
Click the button to send e-mail to Travis Callahan
Background of the homepage of General Hebert designed by Compatriot
Allen Dale Belaire of Erath, Louisiana
Dale is a descendant of :
Rosiclair Landry, Pvt. Co. F. Miles' Legion La. Vols. CSA
Hypolite Belaire , Louisiana Home Guards CSA
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