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“As early as 1848 local leaders had advocated [according to Greensboro’s Whig newspaper] ‘a Monument erected to the memory of [Gen. Nathanael] Greene, and devoted to the perpetual Union of these States.’ Who could object to such a monument, ‘connected as it is with the South?’ …. “Unlike the memorials at other Southern battlefields, that […]

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Whatever your opinion of the long-disputed Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, thisĀ  bronze-clad sculpture of deliveryman Captain James Jack isĀ  quite a piece of advocacy art. I can think of two other examples of equestrian statues in North Carolina: Gen. Nathanael Greene in Greensboro and R. J. Reynolds in Winston-Salem. Are there more?

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