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13 Yankees Trapped in Elevator at Confederate Monument

3 years agoOdd : Neatorama

A 351 foot tall obelisk near Hopkinsville, Kentucky marks the birthplace of Jefferson Davis, the first and last President of the Confederate States of America. Yesterday, his ghost smote tourists from Illinois who tried to ride the elevator to the top: But a group of 13 from “up north” were held captive in an elevator [...]
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Hollywood Cemetery with Pete Skillman: Davis, Seddon, and Anderson

History / US History : Gettysburg Daily (3 years ago)

Jefferson Davis was President of the Confederate States of America from 1861 to 1865. He is buried in Hollywood Cemetery. This view was taken circa the 1860s. Hollywood Cemetery in Richmond, Virginia, is the home of many notable Con... Read Post

Varina Davis on Senator Thomas Hart Benton

History / US History : Electratig (last year)

For reasons unknown, I was leafing (virtually) the other day through Varina Davis's memoir of her late husband, Jefferson Davis, entitled (as you might expect) Jefferson Davis: Ex-President of the Confederate States of America (1890... Read Post

Confederate Monument Replaced By a Bud

History / US History : Civil War Memory (5 days ago)

Back in 2011 the Confederate solider monument in Reidsville, North Carolina was hit by a car. A debate ensued about whether it should be repaired and whether it should be relocated. The United Daughters of the Confederacy chose to m... Read Post


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