Evans, 56, has a private practice in Monticello, but at the time he was also the longtime public defender for both Jefferson Davis
County and the town of Prentiss.
The Grand Canard Mitigation Bank is a 1,748-acre site located in Jefferson Davis
Parish just over 3 miles south of Bell City, Louisiana with 271.
A few weeks later, as the elderly woman strolled the grounds of Rosemont telling family stories, authenticating paint colors, remembering how the furniture was arranged, and identifying heirlooms still on the property, Beacroft began planning to track down all of the descendants of Jefferson Davis
and his nine siblings.
He was also determined to bring Jefferson Davis
to trial for conspiracy in the death of Lincoln, but in this he failed.
, wife of the Mississippi senator who would become president- of the Confederacy.
Here, the title is just a little bit of a cheat, as events before and after that momentous month are essayed as well, beginning with Abraham Lincoln's graceful, elegiac second inaugural address and his insistence that rebel soldiers not be punished, to the capture of Jefferson Davis
, the Confederate president, in May.
The President's action makes Federal funding available to affected individuals in Acadia, Beauregard, Calcasieu, Cameron, Iberia, Jefferson Davis
, Sabine, St.
The University of Texas at Austin will delay its plan to relocate the statues of Confederate President Jefferson Davis
and former U.
In the preface of his book The Iron Will of Jefferson Davis
, biographer Cass Canfield referenced a comment printed in the London Times in 1864, "The Americans are making war as no people ever made it before.
Fleming (winner of the Jefferson Davis
medal for excellence in preservation and research of Civil War history by the United Daughters of the Confederacy) is an in-depth 344-page study of what is known as the "Southern Confederates" who were among the most educated, religious, and prestigious collections of troops to have been involved in the American Civil War.
The most remarkable aspect of watching Ken Burns' 11-hour documentary ``The Civil War'' is that no matter how many times you see scratchy old photographs of Abraham Lincoln or Jefferson Davis
or hear some fiddle variation of ``Rally 'Round the Flag,'' it doesn't really matter.
Raines is now officially sworn in as an agent of the North, working with Allan Pinkerton, but he is also a Southern gentleman, the son of a Confederate officer who is a close friend of Jefferson Davis