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Over 140 years after his death, Sam Davis remains an enduring symbol of courage, nobility, and self sacrifice. The first recipient of the Confederate Medal of Honor, his home is preserved as a shrine and he has been memorialized with statues and monuments. His name and image have graced numerous public buildings, and also appeared on commercial products ranging from school supplies to canned vegetables. We present here a selection of images of some of the many tributes to Sam Davis. Enjoy!

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1863 CDV of Giles County Court House in Pulaski, believed to have been taken on the day Sam Davis was executed.

1903 Calendar issued by Confederate Veteran Magazine.

1908 Studio portrait, artist's model of Capitol Hill statue.

1909 Cabinet Card Photo, Dedication of the Sam Davis statue on grounds of the Tennessee state capitol.

1930's Vintage Stationary from Sam Davis Hotel

1930's "Want Book", Sam Davis Series school supplies.

1935 Road Map, Sam Davis Hotel.

1940's view of the Sam Davis Home.

1951 Program, "Son of This House" pageant.

Historian Stanley F. Horn poses near the Sam Davis statue in Pulaski, October 18, 1956.

Mailing Label, Sam Davis Hotel.

2 lb. bag, "Sam Davis Flour". Unused.

Unused Label, 20 oz. can of "Sam Davis Corn".