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Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee statue removed in New Orleans

nola.com Saturday, 20 May 2017 ()
Lee had stood at what was once Tivoli circle since the 1880s.
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News video: New Orleans Removes Another Confederate Statue

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Workers Thursday morning removed the statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis in New Orleans, the second of four Confederate monuments slated for removal in a contentious, months-long process that has sparked protests on both sides. As the statue was lifted from its perch on a grassy median...

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