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During the Civil War, General Ulysses S. Grant had a horse named Jeff Davis. While near Vicksburg, the Union leader stole the horse from Brierfield Plantation, which was owned by Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

Here Are 12 Things They Don't Teach You About Mississippi In School

During the Civil War, General Ulysses S. Grant had a horse named Jeff Davis. While near Vicksburg, the Union leader stole the horse from Brierfield Plantation, which was owned by Confederate President Jefferson Davis.

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Most People Don’t Know These Small Towns In Mississippi Have AMAZING Restaurants

Rolling Fork – The Onward Store

Beauvoir,home of Jefferson Davis near Biloxi,Miss. by HistoricalFindings

Beauvoir,home of Jefferson Davis near Biloxi,Miss. by HistoricalFindings

Fort Massachusetts in Harrison County, Mississippi.

Fort Massachusetts is a fort on West Ship Island along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. (Cat, Horn & Ship Islands w/LG

The house was built in 1824 in the heart of Georgia plantation country, just a few miles away from the Ponder House. James Harris, Casulon’s builder, owned over a hundred slaves and thousands of acres, and eventually added Greek columns to the house to show for it. Somehow Casulon made it through the Civil War unscathed, and in 1883 it was the setting for the wedding of Harris’ daughter Susie and the governor of Georgia. Newspapers across the state talked up the home’s grandeur and charm…

The house was built in 1824 in the heart of Georgia plantation country, just a few miles away from the Ponder House. Somehow Casulon made it through the Civil War unscathed

6. Byron De La Beckwith A DEPLORABLE... trump and his following DEPLORABLES

These 7 Evil People In Mississippi Left A Dark Stain On History

The face of a monster. "Byron De La Beckwith" by Source. Licensed under Fair use via Wikipedia

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