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Confederate ‘Talbot Boys’ Statue Removed From Courthouse For Relocation

March 15, 2022
The century-old “Talbot Boys” statue has been removed from its pedestal outside a courthouse in Easton, Maryland. The polarizing Confederate monument is heading to a new home at a Virginia battlefield. The statue, which depicts a young Confederate soldier holding a rebel flag, has stood in Talbot County for the last 107 years. The statue is believed to be the last monument to the Confederacy remaining on public property in the state besides cemeteries and battlefields.
Article Source: WJZ

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