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This is the grave of Phil Kearny. Born in 1815 in New York to a pretty wealthy family (his grandfather had been a royal official in New York at the start of the American Revolution and his father was one of the founders of the New York Stock Exchange), Philip Kearny still didn’t have a […]
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This is the grave of Jesse Helms. Unfortunately born in Monroe, North Carolina in 1921, Helms didn’t fall far from the tree. His father was a racist sheriff who routinely beat and killed black people, including committing violence in front of a child named Robert Williams, who would later become the sort of anti-Helms, leading […]
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This is the grave of Jerry Falwell. An oozing cancerous sore on the United States, Falwell was born in 1933 in Lynchburg, Virginia. He didn’t come from any crazy religious family. His father was a bootlegger who was openly an agnostic and his grandfather was a committed atheist. But he went all-in on the evangelicalism […]
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This is the grave of George Washington Carver. Carver was born at some unknown date during or perhaps just before the Civil War, a slave near Diamond, Missouri. His master was a small-time slave owner named Moses Carver, a German immigrant who had purchased the boy’s parents before the war. Near the end of the […]
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