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Parade of Confederate veterans, Jacksonville, Florida, 1914 In the past, although not so much lately, I’ve received comments when writing about issues such as the Civil War that all of this discussion of the past really isn’t that important and why are we wasting time on it. Now, if the Trump administration has convinced everyone […]
This is the grave of Charles Sumner. Born in Boston in 1811, Sumner’s family were strong abolitionists and of course their son picked this up with passion. He graduated from Harvard in 1830 and entered the law in 1834. He traveled in Europe for a few years and returned to Boston in 1840, deciding to […]
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