Will W&L Wall Off Historic Site?

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(Bacon’s Rebellion) Virginia, known as “The Cradle of Presidents,” has held an important and honored place in American history. For example, due to British explorers founding Jamestown along the James River in 1607, the Old Dominion became the birthplace of English-speaking America. Signage from the National Park Service explains that, owing to Richmond serving as the capital of the Confederacy from 1861-1865, the Richmond area has by far more Civil War-related sites than any other region in the country…
…Remarkably, 152 years after his death in 1870, Lee and his name are again making headlines, this time regarding a controversial plan to wall off his tomb from the campus chapel…

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