- National Honor for General Lee. // America;1/22/1910, Vol. 2 Issue 15, p382
The article reports that the Collector of Customs at Newport News, Virginia was authorized by the U.S. Treasury Department to close his office during the commemoration of the birthday of Confederate General Robert E. Lee on January 19, 1910. It says that the office would be closed on that day...
- Soldier of honor. Zuber, Shari Lyn // Cobblestone;Sep93, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p13
Focuses on the early military career of General Robert E. Lee. His graduation from West Point as second in his class; His appointment to the US Army Corps of Engineers; Why he was given the task of rerouting the Mississippi River in 1836; More.
- Dignity in defeat. Holzer, Harold // Cobblestone;Sep93, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p30
Portrays the dignity shown by General Robert E. Lee in the way he waged peace after the Civil War. Why Lee surrendered to General Ulysses S. Grant; How the surrender was carried out.
- The gentle use of power. Hayes, James L. // Management Review;May78, Vol. 67 Issue 5, p2
Focuses on the issue of managerial power. Overview on Washington and Lee University's former president Robert E. Lee's rule governing the conduct of the facility's all-male student body; Failure of the management literature to address the issue of personal attitude toward power; Deficiency in...
- Saving Gen. Robert E. Lee. Crocker III, Harry W. // Human Events;06/25/99, Vol. 55 Issue 23, p16
Focuses on the issue in Richmond County, Virginia regarding the removal of a mural-sized portrait of Robert E. Lee upon the order of Councilman Sa'ad El-Amin. How El-Amin regards Lee; Information on the participation of Lee in Civil War as leader of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.
- Church holidays, and Robert E. Lee's birthday. Hudgins, Merle // East Bernard Express (TX);1/4/2007, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p4
The article offers several news briefs. In the South, the birthday of Robert E. Lee was celebrated on January 19. The followers of astrological signs for planting are advised to plant during the fruitful signs of Scorpio, Pisces and Taurus.
- front porch. Watson, Harry L. // Southern Cultures;Summer2009, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p1
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses an article on General Robert E. Lee by Christopher R. Lawton, the Confederate monument by Catherine W. Bishirl, and public spaces in the South by Michael Lewis.
- General Lee's daughters. Smith, Gene // American Heritage;Jul/Aug96, Vol. 47 Issue 4, p110
Focuses on General Robert E. Lee's four spinster daughters, Mary Custis, Eleanor Agnes, Anne Carter and Mildred Childe. Background on Lee's relationship with his children; Background on the four women; Lee's strictness with his daughters; Causes of the deaths of the four women.
- NOTES. // Virginia Magazine of History & Biography;2007, Vol. 115 Issue 4, p551
This section presents notes about the sources of letters written by U.S. military officer Robert Edward Lee for Mary Anna Randolph Custis from 1830 to 1831.