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Hatfield vs. McCoy
Hatfield vs. McCoy: What's the difference?
Hatfield and McCoy refer to the surnames of two opposing families engaged in a famous feud that was mainly operative in the late 1800s, and took place along the West Virginia-Kentucky border. The feud resulted in bloodshed and imprisonment for many family members and attracted considerable media interest, with the phrase “Hatfields and McCoys” becoming a popular expression to refer to feuding parties.