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N.Y. Town Still Uncertain Why It Left The Union

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The hamlet of Town Line, N.Y., voted to secede from the Union during the Civil War. People in this tiny town are very proud of it. In fact, firefighters still wear Confederate insignias on their uniforms. The town is marking the 150th anniversary of its secession — and dragging out old artifacts and stories. Yet, the reason why Town Line voted to leave the Union is still unknown.
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