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Confederate Memorial Partly Removed in Charleston, W.Va.
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Confederate Memorial Partly Removed in Charleston, W.Va.

Published: June 30, 2020  |  2 min read, 388 words
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The City of Charleston quietly removed part of a Confederate memorial Monday, joining other cities and states across the country who are taking a closer look at structures honoring Confederate soldiers and generals. Listen Listening... 1:19 Riflemen Memorial still stands at Ruffner Park in downtown Charleston, but a bronze plaque that covers most of its face is now gone.  That plaque listed the names of local men who fought for the Confederacy during the Civil War.  Among the names is William Armstead, who is described on the plaque as a “colored cook, faithful during the war.” That... READ MORE
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