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The Confederate Monument, ca 1900
Louisville grew in the latter 19th Century partly because it was a
Southern city, sympathetic to the South, yet was spared the agonies of reconstruction
as it had remained loyal to the North during the Civil War.
The monument is now considered politically incorrect, and hides within
a small grove of trees.
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