Monument Dedication To Take Place

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Jefferson City News Tribune
New Orleans mayor: There’s a difference between remembrance of history, reverence of itEDITOR’S NOTE: As the nation wrestles with the appropriateness of Confederate s
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
EDITOR’S NOTE: As the nation wrestles with the appropriateness of Confederate statues, New Orleans Mayor Mitchell J. Landrieu laid out the history and the truths that he believes his city and the nation must confront in a speech delivered May... Read more
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Breitbart
Jeffrey Lord: Hillary Clinton Is the New David Dukefor millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others beca
Breitbart / Posted 8 days ago
for millions of people who were upset about gains that were made by others because—” The interviewer prompted Duke to get to his point: “What you’re saying is millions of black people.” Replied Duke: “Millions of black people, yeah.” The... Read more
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Business Insider
Students are threatening to sue the University of North Carolina over its Confederate statueDemonstrators rally for the removal of a Confederate statue, Silent Sam, on the
Business Insider / Posted 11 days ago
Demonstrators rally for the removal of a Confederate statue, Silent Sam, on the campus of the University of Chapel Hill on August 22, 2017 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.Sara D. Davis A student law group at the University of North Carolina is... Read more
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The Suburbanite
Green honors emergency workers with monumentThe monument is the final phase of the Veterans Memorial Park on Steese Road, w
The Suburbanite / Posted 12 days ago
The monument is the final phase of the Veterans Memorial Park on Steese Road, which opened in 2010. Eric Poston TheSuburbanite.com correspondent GREEN The city has a new monument to help recognize and remember emergency workers who serve the... Read more
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The Columbian
Mount St. Helens guru retiresFrenzen has worked at Mount St. Helens for 35 years, yet he still lights up tal
The Columbian / Posted 12 days ago
Frenzen has worked at Mount St. Helens for 35 years, yet he still lights up talking about the mountain. “I’ve been many places in the world, and maybe I’m biased, but maybe the coolest places I’ve ever been, anywhere, are around Mount St.... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Sullivan’s Monument almost ended up in downtown ElmiraThe first Sullivan’s Monument dedication was on the 100th anniversary of the Ba
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
The first Sullivan’s Monument dedication was on the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Newtown on Aug. 29, 1879, on Sullivan Hill on county Route 60. Workmen constructed the lofty stone tower of modest materials with an iron spiral staircase to the... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Crisp: Dismantle the Confederate monuments — just not this oneThe controversy surrounding the 1,500 statues, monuments and place names that p
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 19 days ago
The controversy surrounding the 1,500 statues, monuments and place names that pay tribute to the Confederacy has been pushed into the background by Hurricane Harvey, but it’s far from over. I’ve contended that removing these monuments is the best... Read more
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Louisiana Weekly
A window into the horrors of our history 5th September 2017 · 0 Comments By Greg HuffmanFacing South Contributing Col
Louisiana Weekly / Posted 19 days ago
5th September 2017 · 0 Comments By Greg HuffmanFacing South Contributing Columnist I am a child of the South. I was born in North Carolina, grew up in Catawba County, and have never lived outside the state... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
The Community Issue: Students and alumniSept. 4 print edition of The Daily Tar Heel, in which we published all of the l
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 20 days ago
Sept. 4 print edition of The Daily Tar Heel, in which we published all of the letters we received regarding Silent Sam. Photo by Emily Yue and Zsofia Voros For our Labor Day edition and in light of recent events on campus concerning Silent Sam,... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Mount St. Helens Monument scientist leaves legacyFrenzen has worked at Mount St. Helens for 35 years, yet he still lights up tal
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 20 days ago
Frenzen has worked at Mount St. Helens for 35 years, yet he still lights up talking about the mountain. "I've been many places in the world, and maybe I'm biased, but maybe the coolest places I've ever been, anywhere, are around Mount St.... Read more
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The News & Observer
More souring on Sam, but where is Folt?AM A group of about 100 gathered at the "Silent Sam" statue on the UNC campu
The News & Observer / Posted 23 days ago
AM A group of about 100 gathered at the "Silent Sam" statue on the UNC campus to protest, seeking for it to be removed from the school grounds, on August 31, 2017. Chris... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Activists hail removal of Confederate statue in S.A.In the cool quiet of the early morning, long before the sun rose Friday over Sa
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 23 days ago
In the cool quiet of the early morning, long before the sun rose Friday over San Antonio, the statue of an unknown Confederate soldier was hoisted from its pedestal in Travis Park, lowered on a flatbed trailer and hauled off to storage along with two... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Hemming’s Confederate monument in 1898: A band, a parade, and soldiers in blue and grayJune 16, 1898, was hot and sticky in downtown Jacksonville, but that didn’t sto
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 24 days ago
June 16, 1898, was hot and sticky in downtown Jacksonville, but that didn’t stop the orators from giving one florid speech after the other to celebrate the new 62-foot monument to Florida’s Confederate soldiers. The Lost Cause of the Confederacy was... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Hemming’s Confederate monument in 1898: A band, a parade, and soldiers in blue and grayJune 16, 1898, was hot and sticky in downtown Jacksonville, but that didn’t sto
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 25 days ago
June 16, 1898, was hot and sticky in downtown Jacksonville, but that didn’t stop the orators from giving one florid speech after the other to celebrate the new 62-foot monument to Florida’s Confederate soldiers. The Lost Cause of the Confederacy was... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
The game of football — what it means to coaches High school football can have an everlasting impact on those who cinched up c
The Daily Sentinel / Posted a month ago
High school football can have an everlasting impact on those who cinched up cleats and buckled a chin strip. To many, football is the ultimate team game, where a single missed assignment can result in... Read more

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