An actor, portraying Gen. Robert E. Lee, spoke at Lexington Cemetery this spring to Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln presenters during the Association of Lincoln Presenters annual convention. Both Confederate and Union dead are buried there.
An actor, portraying Gen. Robert E. Lee, spoke at Lexington Cemetery this spring to Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln presenters during the Association of Lincoln Presenters annual convention. Both Confederate and Union dead are buried there. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com
An actor, portraying Gen. Robert E. Lee, spoke at Lexington Cemetery this spring to Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln presenters during the Association of Lincoln Presenters annual convention. Both Confederate and Union dead are buried there. Alex Slitz aslitz@herald-leader.com

Confederate statues a challenge and an opportunity for Lexington Cemetery

September 08, 2017 05:15 PM

UPDATED September 08, 2017 07:32 PM

More Videos

  • Georgia Dome destroyed after 25 years of use

    The Georgia Dome is the only facility in the world to host the Super Bowl, the Final Four and the Olympics. After a little more than 25 years of use, it was officially demolished Monday.