Richmond's Court End: Forgotten and Fading Past

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In the early nineteenth century, gorgeous mansions constructed of brick and stone were built in the well-to-do Court End neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia. During the Civil War, several prominent Confederate politicians lived in Court End. In fact, it's where the White House of the Confederacy was located. Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America, resided in the grand home until the end of the war. Almost demolished in 1890, it's now part of the American Civil War Museum. But many historic ...

Richmond's Court End: Forgotten and Fading Past 2016, Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN-13: 9781537644240

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