Hundreds of people went to celebrate the reopening of Beauvoir on Tuesday. The public is once again able to walk through the home that is so much a part of confederate history and South Mississippi tourism.
Almost three years after Hurricane Katrina devastated Beauvoir, Confederate President Jefferson Davis' house has been restored and reopened. The party included music, cake and two 21 gun salutes.
As of May 28, there were 6,384 FEMA trailers and mobile homes in use in South Mississippi.