While their numbers decline, hate and anti-government groups have found their way into American mainstream politics, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center.
All but one of the removals occurred after the murder of George Floyd, which spurred international protests against institutionalized racism.
For every monument that has been removed, 10 others remain nationally, according to a study conducted by the data analysis company BeenVerified.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has tallied nearly 2,000 Confederate symbols in public spaces, from monuments to schools named for Confederate figures.
A chart by the Southern Poverty Law Center cataloguing Confederate symbols around the country recently resurfaced.