Civil War Lessons Often Depend On School's LocationThe Civil War lessons taught to American students often depend on where the classroom is, with schools presenting accounts of the conflict that vary from state to state and even district to district.
State Lawmaker Wants Confederate Plaque Removed From Texas CapitolA state lawmaker from Dallas wants a Confederate plaque removed from the Capitol building. 
Deadly Rally Accelerates Removal Of Confederate Statues Across USThe deadly white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, is fueling another re-evaluation of Confederate statues in cities across the nation
Lawmakers Meet Privately To Discuss Confederate SymbolsSome Southern legislators have met privately to discuss Confederate symbols and race relations.
New Orleans To Begin Tearing Down Confederate StatuesNew Orleans will begin taking down Confederate statutes, becoming the latest Southern body to divorce itself from what some say are symbols of racism and intolerance.
Pope OKs Martyrdom Decree For U.S. Priest Killed In GuatemalaPope Francis has put an American priest killed during Guatemala's civil war on the path to possible sainthood by declaring him a martyr.
Texas African-American History Memorial Unveiled Amid ProtestsOfficials have dedicated a monument on the grounds of the Texas State Capitol recognizing the contributions of African-Americans in the state.
Future Of New Orleans Confederate Monuments Argued In CourtA court is expected to hear arguments on whether New Orleans should be able to remove four Confederate monuments.
Plano Activists Lobby To Save Historic HouseAfter years of debate, city leaders have given activists one last chance to save the Collinwood home, which may be the oldest historic home in Plano.
The Historian's Guide To New EnglandMany of New England's most important historic sites and monuments can be found in and around Boston.
Middle-Schoolers Ceremoniously Vote To Remove Confederate General's Name From SchoolOn Friday over 900 students at Hood Middle School cast ballots in a ceremonial election to remove the Hood name attached to the school since 1955.
Publisher Apologizes For Textbook Calling Slaves 'Workers'The publisher of a high school textbook that referred to slaves brought to America as "workers" is apologizing and says more diversity will be added to review boards.

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