By John Solomon
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Independent voices from the TWT Communities
"This is a bold step by us to take the museum where the people are, where tourists are going in growing numbers," Mr. Rawls said.
"Appomattox is one of those words you can say anywhere in the world and people know what you're talking about, like Waterloo," he said. "Appomattox is the very metaphor for the end of the Civil War and the reunification of the nation."