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Please join us for cake anytime on 19 January 2017 as we celebrate the birthday of General Robert E. Lee.
4th and 5th Graders from Emerald Mountain Elementary School Montgomery's historic First White House of the Confederacy was packed with visitors on Tuesday, January 19th in honor or General Robert E. Lee's 209th birthday. The event also [...]
Jefferson Davis remembered as a 'good guy' Alvin Benn/Special to the Advertiser Montgomery Advertiser 4 June 2015 Jefferson Davis has gotten a "bad rap" in the 150 years since the doomed Confederacy's only president led his separatist country, a retired [...]
We are having our usual busy summer at the First White House. We have had lots of visitors including two groups of International Students from Maxwell Air Force Base and people from many different States as well as right here in Montgomery. [...]
The stately halls of the Alabama Department of Archives building were filled with conversation on Thursday evening May 7th when the White House Association of Alabama entertained their donors and sponsors with their fourth bi-annual fundraiser held to benefit the [...]
There have been six Regents of the White House Association since its inception in 1900, not counting Mrs. Jefferson Davis who was Queen Regent and remains so in perpetuity. Mrs. Davis's long-time family friend, Mrs. Jesse Drew Beale (Carrie Phelan [...]
In the Montgomery Advertiser, Thursday, January 22, 2015, I read an article by Norman Merchant of the Associated Press saying that two Arkansas legislators had introduced a bill ending the holiday commemorating the birth of Robert E. Lee. According to [...]
Hello readers, I am happy to report that the annual Robert E. Lee birthday celebration at the First White House of the Confederacy, held Monday, January 19, 2015, was a great success! We had a fine crowd, including lots of [...]