SJ's just being REALLY old school - the town we now know as "Breck" was originally named after a member of Lincoln's cabinet, Breckrnridge (spelled with an "i") who sided with the South when the "Woah" broke out. Most of the Southern boys went back home to fight, the remaining populus changed the town name's spelling so the town wouldn't be named after a Confederate.
Your bit of useless history trivia for the day.
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