A sign notes the establishment of Jefferson Davis Park in Ridgefield, Wash., along Interstate 5. A local group, Son of Confederate Veterans, owns the private park and has received death threats amid national efforts to remove Confederate monuments in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville. Jefferson Davis is the first and only president of the Confederacy.
A sign notes the establishment of Jefferson Davis Park in Ridgefield, Wash., along Interstate 5. A local group, Son of Confederate Veterans, owns the private park and has received death threats amid national efforts to remove Confederate monuments in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville. Jefferson Davis is the first and only president of the Confederacy. KIRO-TV Courtesy
A sign notes the establishment of Jefferson Davis Park in Ridgefield, Wash., along Interstate 5. A local group, Son of Confederate Veterans, owns the private park and has received death threats amid national efforts to remove Confederate monuments in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville. Jefferson Davis is the first and only president of the Confederacy. KIRO-TV Courtesy

Not a NW thing? A look at Washington’s Confederate monuments

August 17, 2017 06:00 AM