Confederate Name to Remain in California

(TheDailyHorn.com) – Across parts of the US South, some cities and states chose to begin removing statues of Confederate leaders during the Civil War. They argued that the monuments glorified those who held black people as slaves. In far-left California, one town tried to take it one step further. In 1857, Fort Bragg was named after a Confederate general who was also a hero in the Mexican-American War. Bragg was also a slave owner. The …

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