More than 40 migrant groups have settled in the Roanoke area in recent years and are receiving assistance from a variety of local community organizations.
In August 1861, Jefferson Davis and his wife Varina and their four children moved into a house in downtown Richmond that would be known as the Confederate White House. It was the Confederacy’s second executive mansion, preceded by a house in Mobile, Ala., where the Southern states had their first capital.
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