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| posted on 8/24/2017 at 02:57 PM|
|Good article although I didn't see a date on it.|
This graph is from their study of when the monuments went up.
Couldn't get the interactive map to post here correctly, but do take a look at it.
Cities, roads and elementary schools in Washington State and also California named after Robert E. Lee ? How can that be ?
Monuments are also found in states far from the Confederacy, including Arizona (2) and even Massachusetts (1), a stalwart of the Union during the Civil War.
But we were told this is just a southern thing.
10 military bases, man we have a lot of work to do.
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| posted on 8/24/2017 at 05:23 PM|
|The date is in your link. 4/21/2016. |
Sorry but I don't know why you are saying we were told this is just a southern thing? Anyone who made any effort at all would know there are streets and schools and such all over the country. I believe probably a good half the States or so have some semblance of this. ( streets, schools, monuments etc )
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