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Civil War re-enactment will relocate from Fort Stevens State Park after 27 years

a couple of days ago

A Civil War re-enactment will relocate from Fort Stevens State Park after it was held there for 27 years. There are new fees and people feel as though they have been given the cold shoulder. That is why they are leaving and going somewhere new. Fees were waived for years, but now they are being […]

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Letter: Flag not a representation of slavery

a couple of days ago

For a very long time this country has been seen as racist. What happened to American pride? The flag is a symbol and trademark of our country and many people do not see it that way. It is is seen as a racist thing along with the national anthem. This flag should be celebrated, not […]

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Florida Close to Replacing Confederate Statue in US Capitol

a few days ago

The state of Florida is close to replacing a statue of a general war figure who fought for the side of the Confederacy, with the statue of an African American women who has also made a contribution to this country. There are many people that disagree with this move, but there are many that support […]

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Savannah approves changes to Confederate memorial

6 days ago

The American South has been wrangling in recent years with how to deal with its Confederate history, as public sentiment mounts against the relics of its ugly past. Savannah, Georgia has agreed to take one step to dismantle the public reminder of its citizens’ involvement in the War. The City Council recently moved to transfer […]

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Confederate Flag from State House Still Causing Rifts As Relic Room Commission Votes

7 days ago

The Confederate Flag does not represent a historical relic, but rather is a political symbol. The expansion project removed the flag because the State House believed that the community did not treat it as a piece of the past, but a representation of hatred. Confederate Flag from State House Still Causing Rifts As Relic Room […]

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South Carolina Confederate flag display remains uncertain

4 weeks ago

The South Carolina Confederate flag display has remained uncertain. The flag that has been removed from South Carolina’s Statehouse grounds has been in storage since it was removed. The flag was removed after a man killed many people and used the flag as a symbol of his beliefs. It has been more than two years […]

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Toscano amends monument removal bill

4 weeks ago

A lawmaker has proposed a law that allow local municipalities to remove Confederate statues, rather than going through the state legislature. This streamlines the removal process, and leaves these decisions up to the local governments. In wake of the recent unrest regarding the removal of such statues, the lawmaker felt and expedited process was necessary. […]

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Alabama judge to decide dispute over Confederate memorial

last month

The fate of a 113 year old monument is in a judge’s hand. This Confederate monument lies in wait for a judge in Birmingham Alabama to make his decision on whether to leave the monument shrouded in plywood or be left for all to see when he makes his decision on April 13th. Alabama judge […]

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One of Army’s Most Heroic Dogs Is Finally Honored

last month

When it comes to army stories, there are few as unique and remarkable as the story of Chips, a dog that was unleashed on a machine gun nest during world war 2. Chips attacked the nest and in doing so, allowed his comrades to advance. The most remarkable part about it is that the dog […]

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