Confederate Generals. Left to right - Hood, Semmes, Davis, Stuart, Jackson, Lee, Forrest, Johnston, Beauregard.

Confederate Generals. Left to right - Hood, Semmes, Davis, Stuart, Jackson, Lee, Forrest, Johnston, Beauregard.

"The original White House of the Confederacy holds many Davis family possessions."  "Built between 1832 and 1835, this Montgomery building was occupied by Jefferson Davis and his family while the government of the Confederacy was being organized."

15 State Guide to Civil War Sesquicentennial Travel

"The original White House of the Confederacy holds many Davis family possessions." "Built between 1832 and 1835, this Montgomery building was occupied by Jefferson Davis and his family while the government of the Confederacy was being organized."

Varina Davis (the second wife of Confederate president Jefferson Davis) and daughter Winnie. c. 1865

Varina Davis (the second wife of Confederate president Jefferson Davis) and daughter Winnie. c. 1865

A portrait of the only President of the Confederate States of America . . . Mr. Jefferson Davis. Jefferson Davis was born on this day (June 3rd) in the year 1808.

A portrait of the only President of the Confederate States of America . . . Mr. Jefferson Davis. Jefferson Davis was born on this day (June 3rd) in the year 1808.

Jefferson Davis' Inauguration in Montgomery in Feb of 1861. #civilwar

Jefferson Davis: President of the Confederacy

Beauvoir, Biloxi - last home of Jefferson Davis... there was also a Civil War soldiers home on the grounds and there is a cemetery there... Hurricane Katrina did heavy damage to the house and outer buildings but with the help of numerous volunteers, it has been restored...

Beauvoir, Biloxi - last home of Jefferson Davis... there was also a Civil War soldiers home on the grounds and there is a cemetery there... Hurricane Katrina did heavy damage to the house and outer buildings but with the help of numerous volunteers, it has been restored...

Confederate President Jefferson Davis's funeral procession - Royal Street, New Orleans, December 1889.

Confederate President Jefferson Davis's funeral procession - Royal Street, New Orleans, December 1889.

Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States (Confederacy) during the Civil War. White House of Confederacy was in Richmond, Virginia.

Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States (Confederacy) during the Civil War. White House of Confederacy was in Richmond, Virginia.

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