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Between centuries of slavery, and another century and a half of slavery by other names, was a glorious period known as Reconstruction, the memory of which the United States has tried to erase ever since, opting for a narrative of uninterrupted progress, instead of the realistic messiness of history, wherein millions of people can have their rights restored, then have those rights taken away 10 years later.

Until reaching the steep slopes of the Wadi esh Shellale, the aqueduct was up to 35m deep below the upper edge of the terrain.

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