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Erected in 1923 by the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The Jefferson Davis Highway was originally planned as a transcontinental highway in the early 20th century that was to begin in Washington D.C. and extend to San Diego CA. Due to conflicts with the National Auto Trail, the U.D.C. and the federal government, it was never completed.