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The two RV Gypsies in Fairview, Kentucky
October 7, 2009

Jefferson Davis Monument in Fairview, Kentucky- a National Historical Site. Jefferson Davis was the first and only president of the Confederate States. He was born in a log cabin in a spot currently occupied by Fairview's Post Office. His birthday has been celebrated as an official holiday in Alabama, Mississippi and South Carolina. Every year his birthday is celebrated at the this monument in the quiet, isolated Western Kentucky town of Fairview.
Jefferson Davis Monument
Jefferson Davis Monument
The Jefferson Davis Monument is 351 feet tall and is handicap accessible. The walls of the Jefferson Davis Monument are 7-feet thick at the base, and 2-feet thick at the top, and has an elevator and observation room. It is the largest un-reinforced concrete obelisk in the world, and the 5th tallest monument in the USA. (The top 4 are; the Gateway Arch at 630 feet, the San Jacinto Monument in Texas at 570 feet, The Washington Monument at 555 feet, and the Perry's Victory and International Memorial at Put in Bay, Ohio at 352 feet.) Note: the two RV Gypsies have been to all of them but the one in Ohio was under construction when the two RV Gypsies went there.
Jefferson Davis Monument
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a log cabin gift store
a log cabin gift store

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