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Army Reviewing 'Confederate Memorial' Featuring Slaves at Arlington National Cemetery

The frieze on the Confederate Memorial in Section 16 of Arlington National Cemetery depicts a "Mammy" cradling the infant of a rebel soldier and a slave following his master off to war. The inscription in Latin on the 32-foot high monument, one of the tallest on the cemetery's hallowed grounds, also pays homage to the "Lost Cause" of secession from the United States. Since it was dedicated in 1914 by President Woodrow Wilson, the monument's presence on the grounds of what had been the estate of Confederate Gen.... more


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