Screenshot courtesy of NPR | The stately Fendall Hall in Eufaula, Ala., has a historical marker that does not accurately portray how the home's original owners were cotton brokers and were part of the slave trade in the 1800s. Andi Rice for NPR

Historical markers are everywhere in America. Some get history wrong.

The nation’s historical markers delight, distort and, sometimes, just get the story wrong.

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