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Sketch of General Lee, thousands of Confederate dollars and Jefferson Davis' cigars: The forgotten items found in a time capsule buried for 121 years under a Civil War memorial

Wednesday, November 23, 2016 6:59
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 Image result for The Confederate Monument on the University of Louisville
Three decades after the Civil War ended = 1985? S/B 1895, must be liberal math.

A confederate time capsule buried more than 100 years ago underneath a Civil War monument has been opened for the first time.
Hidden inside the box were relics not seen for 121 years since they were closed up in the capsule and placed under the The Confederate Monument on the University of Louisville campus in Kentucky.
Many of the items inside the brass box have decayed over time or been entirely destroyed, however experts will still able to determine what they were. 
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