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Day Tripping: June 19

Emancipation, Tribulation, and Legalization

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Signed into law as a national holiday by current President Joe Biden, today marks Juneteenth, the day in 1865 when General Gordon Granger of the Union Army declared the slaves of Texas free. It was the last region of America at that time to make the proclamation. Though the day has been celebrated across the…




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