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This is the grave of Fannie Battle. Before you note the discrepancy between the spelling of her name on the tombstone and in this post, note that every single reference to her on the internet spells it in the way I did in the post, including the institutions named for her. Born Mary Frances Battle […]
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This is the grave of the traitor George Pickett. Pickett was unfortunately born in 1825 to an elite Virginia family in Richmond. For awhile he was going to go into the law and even left the South to do so, working for his uncle in Illinois and then going to Springfield for his legal studies. […]
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What a time to be alive. A senior official at the Veterans Affairs Department hung a painting of the first Ku Klux Klan grand wizard and Confederate general in his office but removed it after some employees circulated a petition to force him to take it down. David Thomas, a deputy director in the VA […]
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This is the grave of the traitor Jefferson Davis. Unfortunately born in 1808 in Kentucky, Davis’ family moved when he was a child, first to Louisiana and then to Mississippi. The family was upwardly mobile and managed to acquire land and slaves and send Davis, the youngest of 10, to school. That culminated in an […]
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