Roughly 750,000 lives was the cost of destroying the institution of slavery and solidifying the United States, divided during civil war. The struggle to endure under the notion that all men regardless of skin color are created equal achieved its first major victory at the Appomattox Court House. Memorialized now as part of the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park, on April 9, 1865, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union General Ulysses S. Grant.
Brave men on both sides died to protect the ideals of our forefathers. Approaching the 150th anniversary of the day two opposing armies decided to become countrymen again, our Civil War Collection has expanded in honor of this once in a life time event. Done in red, white, and blue, wear the colors of peace, perseverance, and justice with an Appomattox Court House Civil War 150th Anniversary Collector's Pin.
- Open all year, visit Appomattox Courthouse National Historical Park where America was reborn
- Approximately 1.25’’ tall and 1.5’’ wide
- Profits support the National Park Service
- Made in the USA