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On December 8, 2012, the people of Monroe, at the encouragement of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and the Society of the Order of the Confederate Rose, erected a monument in front of the Union County Courthouse honoring ten Confederate soldiers--all African American. Northrop highlights other black soldiers who served in the Confederate army as well as Northern professors, teachers, and bloggers who deny this really was true.