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This April 18,1946 file photo shows Montreal Royals Jackie Robinson.  The quaint Montreal duplex that served as sanctuary to the Robinsons during the early part of his career is being recognized by the U.S. government. That chapter in American civil rights will be celebrated Monday, Feb. 28, 2011 when U.S. diplomats unveil a commemorative plaque at the apartment the couple called home in the summer of 1946. (AP Photo/John J. Lent)
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This April 18,1946 file photo shows Montreal Royals Jackie Robinson. The quaint Montreal duplex that served as sanctuary to the Robinsons during the early part of his career is being recognized by the U.S. government. That chapter in American civil rights will be celebrated Monday, Feb. 28, 2011 when U.S. diplomats unveil a commemorative plaque at the apartment the couple called home in the summer of 1946. (AP Photo/John J. Lent)

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