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Confederate Memorial Day held at Beauvoir-April 24,2010



April 24, 2010 was a grand day at Beauvoir! The National Sons of Confederate Veterans formally presented the statue of President Jefferson Davis with his son Joseph and Jim Limber.

          The Commander-in-Chief Chuck McMichael made the presentation.

Dinner on the grounds was held under Beauvoir House because of weather concerns.

The memorial service for the Mississippi Division Sons of Confederate Memorial Day was outstanding.

The Commander-in-Chief making a great speech on behalf of our Confederate  Heroes

October 15,16,17, 2009

Fall Muster largest yet! 

The 23rd Annual Beauvoir Fall Muster was held on October 17th-18th.! This was our largest, and most successful event yet with spectator attendance over 1000 each day, over 300 re-enactors, 8 artillery pieces, and many other attractions, such as sutlers, food vendors, a turkey shoot, and live period music.



May, 2009

We have a Penny Machine!-Turn a Lincoln head penny into Jefferson Davis's likeness for 51 cents!

April 25,2009

The Mississippi Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans and Beauvoir 2009 Confederate Memorial Day Service was held on April 25th,2009. We had a great weather, great food, and a large turnout. Mississippi Division Commander Larry McCluney gave a very moving address in honor of our Confederate Heroes. Many thanks to: The Sam Davis Camp, Mississippi Division SCV, the UDC, the Children of the Confederacy, the Order of the Confederate Rose, MOSB and the Beauvoir Staff.

 January 11th, 2008

  • Beauvoir curator finds 100-year-old artifact on eBay
    A century-old flag is back home at Beauvoir. Rick Forte Sr. received a tip about a flag for sale on eBay. A Beauvoir supporter donated the funds to purchase the flag for Beauvoir.

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April 2008

  • The Gators of Beauvoir
Four Gators deposited in Beauvoir's Oyster Bayou by hurricane Katrina.

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