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Providing quality jobs for our citizens allows us to keep our young people from moving away and assures a future for our communities and parish, Jefferson Davis Parish Police Jury President Donald Woods said.
Jefferson Davis, of course, as President of the newly established Confederacy, was tasked to create a nation formed out of necessity whose singular purpose was the preservation of slavery.
"Jefferson Davis, although infamous in his own right, would probably not be too happy about a diverse school promoting the education of the very individuals he fought to keep enslaved being named after him," Jefferson said during the meeting.
(41) There, Davis even acted briefly as a field commander, "rallying" straggling troops by proclaiming, on horseback, "I am Jefferson Davis ...
senator, owner of 113 slaves, and a shrewd military strategist, Kentucky native Jefferson Davis was "the most difficult man to get along with ...
Critique: If "Jefferson Davis Before He Wore Confederate Gray" were a film it would quite possibly be classified as a 'docudrama'.
Then, this spring, our neighbor decided to leave his banking job in Dallas and move to Mississippi to become director of Beauvoir, the Jefferson Davis museum.
New York Times bestselling author Swanson has taken his 2010 big hit, Bloody Crimes: The Chase for Jefferson Davis and the Death Pageant for Lincoln's Corpse (William Morrow, 2010), tweaked the title, and written a great, accessible account of these two riveting overlapping events in 1865--the assassination and subsequent majestic funeral of President Abraham Lincoln as it played out against the final days of the Confederate States of America, which were embodied in the chase for CSA president, Jefferson Davis, who was mistakenly believed to have orchestrated Lincoln's murder.
The Jefferson Davis Award is given annually to recognize outstanding narrative works relating to the origins, life, and legacies of the Confederate States of America and the Civil War.
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality (Louisiana DEQ) reported a Lake Charles man has pleaded guilty to illegal dumping of solid waste in Jefferson Davis Parish has been fined $2,000 plus court costs.
Jefferson Davis at JeffersonWDavis@Gmail.com (770) 698-5455
While Abraham Lincoln suppressed more than 300 newspapers during the Civil War, Jefferson Davis took pride in not suppressing any.
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