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“This memorial stands in symbolic defense of not only our Capitol, but also the state and nation," Kraemer said.
From the editorial: "If you know the story, share it, how on June 15, 1920, three Black circus workers — Elias Clayton, Elmer Jackson, and Isaac McGhie — just passing through Duluth, were falsely
“I considered (Maj. Don Beerbower of Hill City) the greatest fighter pilot in the European theater. I’m sure that if it hadn’t been for his untimely death, he would have gone on to be America’s top ace.”
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Soil from the Clayton Jackson McGhie memorial in downtown Duluth was gathered Sunday to become part of the first-ever national lynchings memorial planned for Montgomery, Ala.

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Maybe these charming, open-minded people taking down Confederate statues should take down all the historic statues from day one of our country. If they want to change history, why not do it right?...
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