Beef or Beans, Pudding or Pie: Defeated Confederate Chief Jefferson Davis Savoured Lennoxville's Northern Hospitality

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Beef or Beans, Pudding or Pie: Defeated Confederate Chief Jefferson Davis Savoured Lennoxville's Northern Hospitality
Abstract
After the defeat of the Confederate Army in the American Civil War, the Confederate President, Jefferson Davis, and his family lived for a short period in Montreal and Lennoxville, Quebec, while awaiting his trial on charges of treason in the U.S.
Publication
Quebec Heritage News
Volume
Vol. 5
Issue
no. 11
Pages
15-18
Date
autumn 2010
Language
en
Citation
Davison, Donald J. “Beef or Beans, Pudding or Pie: Defeated Confederate Chief Jefferson Davis Savoured Lennoxville’s Northern Hospitality.” Quebec Heritage News Vol. 5, no. 11 (autumn 2010): 15–18.
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