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Surrender at Appomattox
Andrew Santella (au)
In April 1865, a legendary moment in the story of the United States, two great Civil War generals met in a small Virginia village called Appomattox Court House. The nation had been at war for four years. More than 600,000 soldiers had been killed. At last, Confederate General Robert E. Lee was ready to accept defeat. He surrendered to Union General Ulysses S. Grant. Other Confederate armies remained in the field, but Lee’s surrender signaled the end of the South’s attempt to break away from the Union. The war’s end was finally at hand. This is a book in the We the People series which explores every era of U.S. history, examining key events that have shaped the course of the nation, while clearly defining their place in history. Illustrations.
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