"Ground has been broken on the $10.5 million project to rebuild the Jefferson Davis Presidential Library and Museum at Beauvoir, the Biloxi, Miss., beachfront home of the only president of the Confederate States of America. The restored home, damaged in 2005 by Hurricane Katrina, reopened earlier this year. Reconstruction of the destroyed library and museum will be completed by August 2011. . . Funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and its state counterpart will pay 90 percent of the project’s cost."
Beauvoir is owned and operated by the Mississippi Division of the SCV.
I wonder if "apolitical" historians will protest.