American Civil War: Revisiting the Mason Dixon line

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America's most famous boundary is one that can not be seen today but along which the country once tore itself apart.

The Mason Dixon Line, which came to signify the border between North and South, separated free Pennsylvania from slave-owning Maryland.

Zoe Conway reports.

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