After $4 million in repairs, Jefferson Davis's home was reopened earlier this year. Now all eyes are on Gustav.
Jefferson Davis's Beauvoir in 1901
Beauvoir after Hurricane Katrina
The Wall Street Journal has a great piece entitled [Confederate President] "Jefferson Davis's Refuge In South Rises Again." His Beauvoir house, a national historic landmark on the Gulf of Mexico in Mississippi, was almost destroyed three years ago, when Hurricane Katrina slammed ashore.