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The original opponent of the Robert E. Lee statue issued a stern prophesy after the monument was erected in 1890.

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We should have known this day was coming, because they knew this day was coming.

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Christopher Columbus survived multiple voyages across the high seas. But his Richmond statue met an inglorious end at the bottom of a Byrd Park lake.

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When a crane raised the 17 1/2 foot bronze statue off the granite pedestal, the weight of Richmond history became more bearable. But there's much heavier lifting to be done.

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Hanover County appears intent to live on in infamy as the Prince Edward County of the 21st Century.

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The moral arc bending toward justice is visible from Hill Monument Parkway, a North Side street named for the Confederate general.

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Statues to the Confederate president, generals, soldiers and sailors have fallen by the wayside.