Post Stone Wall Insurrections is a term used to describe the Confederate rebellions that occurred after the dissolution of the CSA and the death of its last President Thomas Jackson II. Violent tensions between the Northern and Southern Regions of the United States did not calm down until the later 20th century, as the Union continued to impose undesired economic polices and the Civil Rights Legislation for African Americans in the 1940's, Southern Patriotism boiled over for the last time in the attempted secession of Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina and Georgia in 1962. All three of these states were under martial law in 1970.
List of Significant Post Stone Wall Insurrections
1905- Montgomery Uprising
1919-1920 Rallying and Organization of The KKK Army, defeated near Stone Mountain Georgia
1941- Battle of Hazard between an alliance Pro-Confederate organizations and Union Soldiers