SOURCE: Dallas News
University of Texas to re-erect statue of James Hogg after removing it in 2017 because of Confederate ties
UT President Gregory Fenves made the announcement in a letter to the UT community Thursday, lauding the first Texas-born governor's contributions to the state while acknowledging that he was a child during the Civil War with a "complicated and nuanced legacy."
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