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Confederate portraits removed from Capitol

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Portraits of four previous house speakers have been removed from the US Capitol because each served in the Confederacy. Current Speaker Nancy Pelosi ordered the removal of the portraits of the men who served in the 19th century. (June 18)
 
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Portraits of four former House of Representatives speakers who served the Confederacy will be removed from the U.S. Capitol, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday.

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Confederate States of America Confederate States of America De facto federal republic in North America from 1861 to 1865

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