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Confederate Flag Removed At Missouri Civil War Sites
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TitleConfederate Flag Removed At Missouri Civil War Sites
AbstractThe Confederate flag was taken down at two Missouri sites, the Confederate Memorial Historic Site at Higginsville and the Fort Davidson Historic Site at Pilot Knob. This was done after U.S. Representative Richard Gephardt, from St. Louis, ordered no Confederate flag was to fly "anytime, anywhere". Part of the column "Camp Talk".
NotesSee Vertical File: Confederate Soldier's Home--Higginsville, Missouri. Contains an article from the Kansas City Star, June 5, 2005, entitled "Order to Fly Rebel Flag Rankles NAACP".
AuthorScott E. Sallee
DateSummer 2003
SourceBlue & Gray Magazine
Local SubjectCivil War
Confederate Memorial Historic Site
Confederate Memorial Historic Site
Fort Davidson Historic Site
Item TypeMagazine Article
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Item ID208931
CONTENTdm number20043
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