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Jefferson Davis (1853) daguerreotype "I worked night and day for twelve years to prevent the war, but I could not. The North was mad and blind, would not let us govern ourselves, and so the war came."

Jefferson Davis (1853) daguerreotype "I worked night and day for twelve years to prevent the war, but I could not. The North was mad and blind, would not let us govern ourselves, and so the war came."

An unidentified Confederate artillery lieutenant, believed to be from the Mobile garrison, poses defiantly for a photo in New Orleans, ca. May 1865. His jaunty cap set askew and his short, tight fitting shell jacket mark him as a true "Johnny Reb.

An unidentified Confederate artillery lieutenant, believed to be from the Mobile garrison, poses defiantly for a photo in New Orleans, ca. May 1865. His jaunty cap set askew and his short, tight fitting shell jacket mark him as a true "Johnny Reb.

Civil War CSA Confederate Postage Stamp 10 Cent with Jefferson Davis | eBay

Civil War CSA Confederate Postage Stamp 10 Cent with Jefferson Davis | eBay

Davis and Stephens, President and Vice-President of the Southern Confederacy an illustration from the February 23, 1861 edition of Harper's Weekly.

Davis and Stephens, President and Vice-President of the Southern Confederacy an illustration from the February 23, 1861 edition of Harper's Weekly.

Benjamin Moore - Lily White 2128-70 Downstairs master bedroom and bath, upstairs guest bedroom and adjoining bath

Benjamin Moore - Lily White 2128-70 Downstairs master bedroom and bath, upstairs guest bedroom and adjoining bath

What I assume is a rare photo of Robert E. Lee signed by him.  I have never before seen this published.

What I assume is a rare photo of Robert E. Lee signed by him. I have never before seen this published.

The Confederate Senator from Mississippi, Henry Stuart Foote condemned Jefferson Davis’ military policies on December 8th 1863.

The Confederate Senator from Mississippi, Henry Stuart Foote condemned Jefferson Davis’ military policies on December 8th 1863.

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