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Charleston remembers Confederates and rebellious slaves

Monument to leader of a slave rebellion is located in a park named after a secessionist and Lost Cause progenitor Amtrak is building a new, multi-modal passenger station in North Charleston, S.C. We thought it odd that the current train … Continue reading

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Charleston commemorates Reconstruction

High temperature today of 76 F in the birthplace of the Confederacy, Charleston, S.C. About normal for this time of year. Azaleas are in full bloom. Professor Einstein back at UW-Madison says history is always being rewritten. That is true … Continue reading

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Reliving the past in Charleston, S.C.

[UPDATED with new photos] Researchers from the Blaska Policy Werkes are on the ground here in Charleston, South Carolina, birthplace of the Confederacy (1860-1865). This is an old city —  ancient by American standards — founded at the behest of the … Continue reading

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