Richmond's Redemption 

Dropping Lincoln's name around these parts? How the Capital of the Confederacy has changed.

Many people, in whispers and shouts, wondered why Richmond needed a statue of Abraham Lincoln and his son when it was unveiled at the National Park Civil War Visitor Center as recently as 2003. Sure, it commemorated the president's visit here…

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