|The Good Girls, Debi Lander, far left, and Judy Wells, far right, are greeted by costumed Mississipians at Beauvoir, Jefferson Davis' last home.|
That he had served as a U.S. Representative and a Senator?
That at war's end he was incarcerated in prison for treason but was never tried?
That his bail was raised by influential Northerners, including Horace Greeley and Cornelius Vanderbilt?
Those are just a few of the fascinating things we learned about Davis and his wife, Varina, during a visit to his home, the lovely Beauvoir, and Presidential Library, overlooking the Gulf in Biloxi, Mississippi.
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