The site of General Robert E. Lee's surrender to Lieutenant General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865, Appomattox Court House holds a special place in American history. Signifying the conclusion of the US' bloodiest war, the site has great significance. Written in an easy-to-read narrative format, this essential guide to the history of Appomattox Court House is a must-read for all historians, hobbyists, and visitors.
Full color maps, paintings of iconic scenes, and portraits of major players in the Civil War's conclusion invite readers to immerse themselves in the rich history of Appomattox Court House. Add this volume to your packing list when you visit Virginia or simply slip the book onto the shelf of your personal library.
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