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... Pierce. He was sworn in as President of the Confederate States in February of 1861. He served in that capacity until the war ended in 1865 and he spent two years in prison on charges of treason without so much as a trial. The government dropped the charges in 1868 but they didn't restore his citizenship. He died in 1889, a man without a country. Beauvoir was his final home from 1877-1889. It is where he wrote ...
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So you can see that this leg of the adventure is giving us it's best and we're rolling with the punches. After posting the last update, I noticed that the comments on the pictures in Facebook don't come through, only the title, and you all need to click on the travelpod link to read the comments for the pictures. It's worth the minute or two since ...
... that opposite the beach were all empty lots with driveways & foundations!! We were still in Missisiippi but wondered if this was storm damage area. There were a few homes left on high stilts!!
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... kind of sad that we could have continued but at the same time I was absolutely freezing and not sure I would have handled it any way...at least not without another wet suit on top of the one I was wearing.
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