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First White House of the Confederacy, Montgomery, AL

First White House of the Confederacy, Montgomery, AL

The Davis family was quite young during their stay at the White House of the Confederacy. When they moved in the First Family consisted of the President and First Lady, six year-old Margaret, four year-old Jefferson Davis, Jr., and two year-old Joseph.

The Davis family was quite young during their stay at the White House of the Confederacy. When they moved in the First Family consisted of the President and First Lady, six year-old Margaret, four year-old Jefferson Davis, Jr., and two year-old Joseph.

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.

The Jefferson Davis house in Washington, abandoned by the family in 1861.

The Jefferson Davis house in Washington, abandoned by the family in 1861.

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

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

First white house of the confederacy. Most of the furnishings used by Jefferson Davis are housed in this building.

The Montgomery Genealogical Society, Inc. (MGS) is a non-profit corporation located in Montgomery, Alabama. Founded in MGS promotes research on families with Montgomery County connections

Beauvoir (Home of Jefferson Davis) - Biloxi, Mississippi

Beauvoir, a beautiful antebellum home in Biloxi, Mississippi, was the final home of Confederate president Jefferson Davis. Named for its stunning view of Mississippi Sound and the Gulf of Mexico, Beauvoir was a peaceful retreat for Davis and his family.

White House of the Confederacy    		Jefferson Davis President of the Confederate States of America and his family moved into the house in August 1861, and lived there for the remainder of the Civil War.

White House of the Confederacy Jefferson Davis President of the Confederate States of America and his family moved into the house in August and lived there for the remainder of the Civil War.

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