(CNN) Another Confederate monument is close to being relocated, this time it's in Mississippi.
The Mississippi Department of Archives and History approved a plan to relocate a Confederate monument on the University of Mississippi's campus Friday, according to a statement from university Chancellor Glenn F. Boyce.
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The next step will be the Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning, which oversees the state's public universities, deciding to approve the relocation plan or not, Boyce said.
The monument -- dedicated in 1906 -- stands at a prominent location on campus and portrays the figure of an unarmed Confederate infantryman, according to Confederate Monument Relocation Project documents from the school.