Georgia Historic Confederate Open-Arm Chair American, mid 19th century, poplar & other mixed woods, spindle back, plank seat & turned legs, traces of original finish. Alexander Hamilton Stephens (1812-1883), Vice-President of the Confederate States of America during the Civil War. He served as U.S. Representative from Georgia before the Civil War & after Reconstruction & as the 50th governor of Georgia (1882-1883)
Prior to the Civil War, Atlanta was at the intersection of four rail lines, rendering the Georgia crossroads the fastest-growing city in the Deep South. As the Confederate States formed, Atlanta was a city deeply divided about secession. By the spring of 1863, war had arrived at the doorstep of Atlanta. Join historian Bob Davis as he tells the story of the devastation that befell Atlanta, the Union occupation and how the “Gate City” was reborn from the ashes.
Civil War Photo Print Woman Lovely Dress, Cloak. Medici belt, nice hat