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America's civil war Mason Dixon Line still cuts deep

America's most famous boundary is the Mason Dixon Line.

In the Civil War it came to signify the border between North and South as it separated slave-owning Maryland from free Pennsylvania.

The BBC's Zoe Conway visited three businesses operating on the line to find out what it represents today.

  • 14 Apr 2011
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