Mason-Dixon's enduring legacy of freedom

Two and a half centuries ago, two English surveyors--Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon--completed work on a boundary line that resolved a long, bitter dispute between the colonial proprietors of Maryland and Pennsylvania.

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Delta2 says...

It's worth mentioning that racism exists north of the Mason-Dixon too...notice from where a lot of the White Nationalists hailed.

Posted 13 August 2017, 5:43 p.m. Suggest removal

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