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Here’s one local Confederate statue that’s actually in a museum
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The remains of a statue of Col. C.C. Sanders resides today inside the Northeast Georgia history Center in Gainesville. The marble statue used to reside alongside the Federal Courthouse at the corner of Green and Washington Streets until it was destroyed in the 1936 tornado. Sanders was a Gainesville resident who served in the Army of Northern Virginia of the Confederate States of America. - photo by Scott Rogers
The statue of Confederate soldier Col. Christopher Columbus Sanders was once an eye-catching sight, with Sanders seated atop a stone base supported by four columns at the U.S. courthouse at Green and Washington streets.