Welcome to Camp McIntosh
On behalf of all the members of the Colonel Daniel N. McIntosh Camp # 1378, we would personally like to welcome you to our website. Our Camp is dedicated to preserving the history of southern culture and heritage. If you have an interest in the War Between the States and share these same goals, we invite you to consider membership in our organization.
Camp McIntosh is a non-profit, tax exempt organization dedicated to preserving the memory and heritage of the Southern culture and our Confederate ancestors through genealogical, historical and educational activities. The Camp has been active and has completed several projects, including the placement of military markers on the graves of both Confederate and Union veterans; the donation of books and microfilm records to local libraries. The McIntosh Camp produces an outstanding monthly newsletter: The Round Mountain Report which is sent to all members and to those who wish to subscribe to it.
Membership in the Sons of Confederate Veterans is open to all male descendants of any veteran who served honorably in the Confederate armed forces. Membership can be obtained through either direct or collateral family lines. The soldiers Confederate service must be documented. The minimum age for membership is 12. Some of our Camp members can assist a potential member to prove his Confederate ancestry. Associate memberships are available to those who have no confederate ancestor.
Our Camp was active in Tulsa for many years. It was first established in 1904 by Tate Brady and was active until some time in the Forties when, due to World War II, it became dormant. During those years, the Camp's name was Stand Watie # 664. Camp Stand Watie promoted and sponsored the United Confederate Veterans national reunion held in Tulsa in September 1918. In 1975 the SCV was re-instituted in Tulsa and Frank Fisk was elected the first Commander. The Camp was organized as Captain Clem B. Rogers Camp # 1378 in recognition of Will Rogers father, a Confederate veteran and pioneer of Oklahoma. Camp McIntosh was renamed on August 2, 1980, to recognize Colonel Daniel N. McIntosh, a Confederate officer who commanded the First Creek Regiment during the War Between the States (Civil War).
Meeting Dates and Places:
Camp McIntosh usually meets the second Tuesday of each month at the Hardesty Library in Tulsa. Our meeting starts at 6:30 p.m., We have several outstanding speakers who discuss military individuals, battles, and southern culture during the meeting. Visitors are welcome.
The address of the Hardesty Library is: 8316 E 93rd St. ,Tulsa, OK
Col. Daniel N. McIntosh SCV Camp #1378
P.O. BOX 35833
Tulsa, Ok 74153-0833