Appomattox Field Saved

Manley, Brendan
July 2010
Military History;Jul2010, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p9
The article reports that the Appamattox Station battlefield in Virginia where General Robert E. Lee was forced to surrender by Major General George Custer on April 1865 was purchased by the Civil War Preservation Trust for the purpose of restoring the site into its original appearance and converting it into a historical tourist destination.


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