Elian Gonzalez Museum

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NPR's Phillip Davis reports that the house where Elian Gonzalez lived in Miami has opened as a museum in the boy's honor. Hundreds stood in the rain Sunday in the Little Havana neighborhood to get a glimpse of the place where Elian slept, played and ultimately was seized by federal agents to be returned to his Cuban father.



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