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Burt-Stark Mansion
also called Armistead Burt House

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  1. in Abbeville, South Carolina was the site of the last Council of War of cabinet members of the Confederate government

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  2. The house is a white Greek Revival style two story house with a frame structure and lap siding

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  3. On May 2, 1865, Jefferson Davis, hoping to continue the struggle, met unanimous opposition, and realized the Confederate independence cause was lost

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  4. declared a National Historic Landmark in 1992, specifically for being where Jefferson Davis had his last council of war

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  5. Official site

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