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The road Lee took to the McLeans House  
   

The road Lee took to the McLeans House

This is the road that Lee took to the McLeans House to sign the document of surrender. It was also the road upon which he had hoped to take his army to North Carolina to join up with Johnston.
Appomattox Court House to Fredericksburg, Virginia

June 3rd 2011
June 1st Wednesday Appomattox Court House to Fredericksburg. Virginia Morning: Up early this morning according to plan. I will head over to the MacDonald's and then out to the Surrender site outside of town. I need to get out there and tour it before it gets too hot. It is ran by the National Park service and has a walking tour. There is a parking lot and pedestrian traffic only allowed ... read more
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