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By Brian Scott, January 23, 2007
Jefferson Davis's Flight Marker
Florida (Alachua County), Waldo — F-127 — Dickison and His Men / Jefferson Davis' Baggage
Dickison and His Men John Jackson Dickison (1816-1902), Florida's famous Civil War guerrilla leader, bivouacked at Camp Baker, south of here, during the closing weeks of the conflict. Dickison and his men became legendary figures. As Company . . . — Map (db m40315) HM
Georgia (Irwin County), Irwinville — 11 J-5 — Irwinville
Jefferson Davis was made a prisoner of war at the close of the War Between the States. Richmond having fallen, the President of the Confederate States was seeking to reach remaining forces beyond the Mississippi. With his family and staff he made . . . — Map (db m10566) HM
Georgia (Irwin County), Irwinville — Jefferson Davis
(front): Jefferson Davis President of the Confederate States of America 1861-1865 (reverse): On this spot May 10, 1865 President Jefferson Davis was made a prisoner of war by Federal troops Erected by the State of Georgia . . . — Map (db m10568) HM
Georgia (Irwin County), Irwinville — 077-5 — Jefferson Davis
On May 4, 1865, Jefferson Davis arrived in Washington, Georgia (178 miles NE), where he performed his last duties as President of the Confederate States of America. Soon thereafter, with a small staff and escort, he departed enroute to the . . . — Map (db m10569) HM
Georgia (Irwin County), Irwinville — 077- 6 — Jefferson Davis
Late on May 8, the night before his arrival at this site, Mr. Davis and his party had camped in Abbeville (26 miles NE), unaware that pursuit was close behind. Their pursuers, the 1st Wisconsin Cavalry (US), Lt. Col. Henry Harnden, had learned in . . . — Map (db m40151) HM
South Carolina (Abbeville County), Abbeville — 1-7 — Burt-Stark House / Jefferson Davisís Flight
Burt-Stark House When Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederacy, left Richmond after its fall in April 1865, he traveled south, trying to reach and rally the remnants of his army. On May 2, he spent the night at the home of Col. Armistead . . . — Map (db m10564) HM
South Carolina (Abbeville County), Abbeville — 1-10 — Thomas Chiles Perrin House
[Front]: The Greek Revival residence of Thomas Chiles Perrin (1805-1878), prominent Abbeville District lawyer, planter, businessman, and politician, stood here from 1858 until it burned in 1877. When completed the house was described as . . . — Map (db m9358) HM

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