“Family home of Jefferson Davis”
Rosemont Plantation, near Woodville, Mississippi, is the family and boyhood home of Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America 1861-1865. Rosemont is Federal architecture adapted to the Mississippi frontier. The plantation was built by the parents of Jefferson Davis, Samuel and Jane Cook Davis, when they came to Mississippi from Kentucky when President Davis was two years old. The main house is, for the greatest part, original with furnishings and memorabilia which have remained in the residence since the Davises lived there.
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