Civil War group battles over legacy





Wayne Pricer's funeral should be quite a spectacle.

When the chariot swings low and it's time for him to go, Pricer has instructed his wife, Scarlet, to drape the casket with a rebel flag and bury him in his gray Confederate soldier's uniform.

At his grave, a boombox will strike up Dixie.

"I'm a Southerner," Price proudly -- almost fiercely -- declared.




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