Civil War Survivors That Gave Up Their Ghosts





THEY were the grandest of all the neighbors along the Mississippi Gulf Coast: splendid manors with names like Tullis-Toledano, Beauvoir and Grasslawn, squeezed in among the giant moss-covered oak trees. More than any road sign could, they announced that a bit of the old South had endured.



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