Many things are coming down in recent times due to our opponents voices. We may want to consider putting information back up. For example how many times have you saw a historical sign noting the historical significance of a museum or place. Camp Chase although a National Cemetery has no interstate sign or State sign noting its location. The present administration will probably be more friendly than future administrations. How many historical significant places are in your State that do not have a Federal or State marker to indicate where the place might be? The Underground Railroad Museum in Ohio for example has a Federal sign telling where it is located.
Picking up a hunk of mud and throwing it against a barn door sometimes the mud will stay on the door and too will some of you have positive efforts with historical signs. Much more mud will fall off the door but keep up the scare for the sake of our history.
The Camp Chase coin was the first as far as I know to have a Confederate Cemetery prominently displayed on a coin. The only reason why the UDC was not mentioned on the coin was because of their trademark issues. It would have delayed the coin by a half a year but I did stop by the National UDC in Richmond, Virginia and donated some coins to Madam President. Perhaps someday other Confederate Cemeteries will be mentioned on a coin.