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Civil War books Schroeder Publications Myths About Lee's Surrender

More Myths About Lee's Surrender

by Patrick A. Schroeder

A book which delves into more detailed myths about Lee's final campaign and surrender. The book discusses the fires in Richmond, who first proposed surrender to Lee, the surrender flags, General Meade's status at the surrender, the slave woman Hannah killed in the battle of Appomattox Court House, the last soldier killed at Appomattox, Zouave units and California troops at the surrender, the part of United States Colored Troops in the campaign, Lee's farewell address, General Joshua Chamberlain's role at the stacking of arms, procedures at the formal surrender ceremony, the surrender triangle, troop dispositions after the surrender, and local famous musicians Joel and Sam Sweeney. The book is 32-pages with 14 photographs, a soft cover, and one map. Fifth Printing, 2004. $5.00  ISBN-1-889246-01-8

Civil War books Schroeder Publications Myths About Lee's Surrender

More Myths about Lee's Surrender  

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