In this May 23, 2013 photo provided by Yale University, a 1929 doorway carving depicts a Puritan settler, right, and a Native American, left, on the school's campus in New Haven, Conn. The musket had been covered by workers with removable stone when the seldom-used doorway was converted into a main entrance. A Yale committee charged with assessing potentially offensive art decided to remove it, but will make it available for public display elsewhere so as to not destroy "reminders of unpleasant history."
In this May 23, 2013 photo provided by Yale University, a 1929 doorway carving depicts a Puritan settler, right, and a Native American, left, on the school's campus in New Haven, Conn. The musket had been covered by workers with removable stone when the seldom-used doorway was converted into a main entrance. A Yale committee charged with assessing potentially offensive art decided to remove it, but will make it available for public display elsewhere so as to not destroy "reminders of unpleasant history." AP
In this May 23, 2013 photo provided by Yale University, a 1929 doorway carving depicts a Puritan settler, right, and a Native American, left, on the school's campus in New Haven, Conn. The musket had been covered by workers with removable stone when the seldom-used doorway was converted into a main entrance. A Yale committee charged with assessing potentially offensive art decided to remove it, but will make it available for public display elsewhere so as to not destroy "reminders of unpleasant history." AP

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