THE LAST YEARS OF ROBERT E. LEE
This is Robert E. Lee's story from the July 1863 disaster at Gettysburg to his death, just five years after the South's surrender at Appomattox. Rather than retreating bitterly from life, Lee sought to heal the nation, even meeting with his rival, Ulysses S. Grant, while the former Union general occupied the White House.
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