The Confederate Home Today

The Confederate Home

The only vestiges of the Confederate Home remaining in Pewee Valley include the original sign at the front gate, now at the entrance to the Confederate portion of the Pewee Valley Cemetery, and the remnants of the old walkway that led from the home to the railroad tracks, marked by a small sign placed there by the 21st Century Confederate Legion. A reservoir that once supplied the home with fresh water was filled in during the 1990s.
For a more thorough history of the Confederate Home, visit the John Hunt Morgan website


Walkway photos by Pewee Valley resident Suzette Yetman.

 Click here for views of the Confederate Home during its heyday.