During the Civil War, Jefferson Davis and Abraham Lincoln both had connections to the house at 1201 E. Clay Street. Explore how the decisions, personalities, and families of these two men impacted their presidencies on this tour of the White House of the Confederacy.
How and why did the staff of the Confederate Museum in the 1960s transition the organization to a more scholarly approach? Explore their choices with the Museum’s first professional executive director, Peter Rippe. Discussion led by John Coski (ACWM).
Learn more about the house's bicentennial at www.whc200.org.