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  • Confederate monuments in Fort Mill

    Four confederate monuments, including one unique to Fort Mill that acknowledges "faithful slaves" who allegedly supported the Confederate Army, are in Confederate Park in Fort Mill, S.C. Town officials say the S.C. Heritage Act means only the S.C. General Assembly can vote to change or remove any of the monuments. These monuments were placed in the park more than 100 years ago by a private citizen when the park was private property, although in 2017 it is a town park supported and maintained by town taxpayers.

Confederate monuments in Fort Mill

Four confederate monuments, including one unique to Fort Mill that acknowledges "faithful slaves" who allegedly supported the Confederate Army, are in Confederate Park in Fort Mill, S.C. Town officials say the S.C. Heritage Act means only the S.C. General Assembly can vote to change or remove any of the monuments. These monuments were placed in the park more than 100 years ago by a private citizen when the park was private property, although in 2017 it is a town park supported and maintained by town taxpayers.
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