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Torpy at Large: Rebel flag furled again! The Civil War that never ends - MyAJC

Kent Johnson/The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Confederate and Union re-enactors recreate the Battle of Utoy Creek during the Atlanta Campaign's Battle of Atlanta re-enactment at the Nash Farm Battlefield in Hampton, Ga., on Sept. 19, 2014. KENT D ...and more »

Massachusetts Has Had a Confederate Flag Problem, too - History News Network (HNN)

Kevin M. Levin is a historian and educator based in Boston. He is the author of Remembering the Battle of the Crater: War as Murder(2012) and is currently at work on Searching For Black Confederate Soldiers: The Civil War's Most Persistent Myth. You ...and more »

A Memorial Day for Every American Soldier - American Thinker

The city of New Orleans recently removed three memorials to Confederate leaders (and a fourth marking an obscure clash during Reconstruction.) Why did they do this? Because someone today was offended by a time in American history that they would prefer ...and more »

Missouri museum to display Confederate battle flag - Southeast Missourian

This July 2016 photo shows a Confederate flag after archival framing was completed in St. Louis. Judith A. Schmidt via AP. KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- At a time Confederate symbols are being purged from public sites, a northeast Missouri museum is putting a ...and more »

Georgia Civil War museum shuts down rather than surrender its Confederate flags - Salon

Rather than comply with a request to remove Confederate flags from public property, a Civil War museum in Georgia is shutting down. In a Facebook message, board members of the Nash Farm Battlefield and Museum lamented that the venue will shutter on ...and more »

Flag rally held at Nash Farm Battlefield Saturday - Henry Herald

Approximately 250 people attended the flag rally at Nash Farm Battlefield Saturday morning to show their support for both southern heritage and the Nash Farm Battlefield Museum. (Staff Photo: Heather Middleton). Flag rally held at Nash Farm Battlefield ...and more »

Georgia Civil War museum closes after spat over Confederate flag - Chattanooga Times Free Press

A piece of Confederate memorabilia to General Robert E. Lee sits atop a box at the Nash Farm Battlefield Museum, a small Civil War museum closing in Hampton, Ga., Thursday, May 25, 2017. Against the backdrop of the removal of Confederate symbols from ...and more »

Civil War museum closes after flap over Confederate flag - Online Athens

A piece of Confederate memorabilia to General Robert E. Lee sits atop a box at the Nash Farm Battlefield Museum. Hide caption. Peter Bonner, left, looks at a painting of Union soldiers as David Moody, right, tours what's left of the Nash Farm ...and more »

Civil War museum closes after feud over Confederate spat - Business Insider

ATLANTA (AP) — A small Civil War museum in Georgia has closed its doors and boxed up its artifacts. The volunteer-run Nash Farm Battlefield Museum in Hampton says it shut its doors because a county commissioner had requested that all Confederate flags ...and more »