Mark Twain died in 1876, but he had a profound impact on Southern history.
His books, “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” “The Sun Also Rises” and “The Jungle Book” were classics of the genre.
The Confederate flag hangs at the State House in Nashville, Tennessee, in this March 2, 2018 file photo.
But the flag was never actually a part of the Southern culture.
The flag was a symbol of the Confederacy, a Southern political organization that wanted to maintain an army in the South.
The name of the flag has been changed to the Stars and Bars for political reasons, but the Confederate banner remains.
Here are some facts about the Confederate Flag:Its original purpose was to unite the South under a unified flag.
However, it was never intended to represent the views of the white majority.
The Confederate flag, which was actually the flag of the state of Tennessee, was not an official symbol of a political party.
The flag was initially made up of a blue, white and red shield with the word “Confederate” above it.
It was later redrawn to include a blue shield, which is also the name of Tennessee.
The original flag was given to the state’s governors in 1866, and then the flag had to be redrawn each year, the Southern Poverty Law Center reports.
It is a flag that is often seen in public spaces, with its white and blue stripes.
Its significance has been recognized in art and literature.
Some people have claimed that the Confederate symbols are racist, the SPLC says, and that they should be removed from public spaces.
The SPLC also says that the symbols are an attempt to create an identity for white supremacy in the United States.
The Southern Poverty Laws group says the flag is a symbol for hate, and it is used to perpetuate hate, not a symbol representing any political philosophy.