There is uncovered history everywhere. In every little suspecting place, whether you are in a major city such as Washington DC, or just walking down the street in your own neighborhood, there is rhetoric that can be uncovered in every corner. By discovering the history of what may seem just like buildings, or walls, or houses, you can delve in deeper and learn about the people, the culture, and the history. All history is interconnected, sometimes in ways you would never even suspect. Small little Riggs street in the Shaw neighborhood of DC is just one of the many examples of rhetoric in DC, and one the thousands across America. Are you willing to uncover the true history?
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