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History needs to be
understood so that the people of today can learn from history and learn
from the people who lived the history so that the mistakes of history
are not repeated. This
Confederate philatelic website, which is totally non-political and
non-sectarian and exisits only for the study of the Civil War period
stamps and postal systems of a major event in
has been continuously operational since
February 1997. Over the years, this website has grown into a
major source of Confederate Civil War Stamps,
Postal History (Covers), and Currency for both the beginner and the
advanced CSA Philatelic Collector.
8 MAR 2022 --
This website was initially designed at a time when people did not use
phones to surf the Internet. This website was designed for desktop and
laptop computers with a larger screen. The website will also work well
on a tablet with a larger screen. The website will work with all
browsers and will work on your phone. It just may be a bit difficult to
view and navigate on a phone because of the smaller screen, but it can
be done with a little practice. To make the website fully mobile
compatible would mean redesigning the website from the ground up and
could potentially cost thousands of dollars to do so. I am not prepared
to do that, so the website will for the immediate future remain as it
is. Currently, about 10% of visits are made using a phone (either an
iPhone or an Android).
Site Designed and Maintained By
John L. Kimbrough MD
Colonel United States Air Force 1968-1991 (Retired)