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Plaque honoring Confederate president quietly removed from Horton Plaza Park in San Diego

A plaque honoring Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederacy, was quietly removed from the park at Horton Plaza Park in downtown San Diego Wednesday morning. The plaque, which was inlaid into the floor of the pavilion, was once a part of a larger totem to Davis, but was reduced in size and...
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