America's Castles: The Confederacy Many of the South's finest homes were taken over by troops during the lengthy Civil War, often forcing families to live in the upper floors or move to different quarters altogether. These houses are filled with rich historical artifacts that continue to draw tourists and historians alike each year. A&E takes this opportunity to visit General Robert E. Lee's Arlington House, where critical army papers were signed during the war, and the neoclassical White House of the Confederacy, where Jefferson Davis handled important military and personal matters. The Hunt-Phelan home in Memphis, with its many stately pillars, is among the other featured mansions. ~ Elizabeth Smith, Rovi
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