I tuned out until we all traipsed north to check out the bust of the statue to Johns Hopkins. How is that a Confederate monument? Well, it depends on how you define things. I mean, the guy's wealth couldn't have been unrelated to slavery, right? All of this country's wealth is related to slavery in one way or another. And the Civil War was 100 percent about slavery. Sure, it was about state's rights—they aren't wrong about that—but the state's rights it was about were about the rights to own enslaved people. A fellow tour-goer pointed out that Hopkins was instrumental in getting the B&O Railroad on the side of the Union, but this stuff is more complicated than that. John Work Garrett, owner of the railroad, was a Confederate sympathizer, and though he used his trains and tracks to traffic for the Union, he also limited rail traffic in and around Harper's Ferry at the request of Confederate generals who argued night trips kept their troops awake and day travel upset training activities. But I digress.