Appomattox Court House - 2009


The reconstructed McLean house where R.E. Lee surrendered The Army of Northern Virginia to U.S. Grant on April 9, 1865



The parlor where the surrender took place.



Looking across the surrender triangle to the Peer's House.


The surrendering confederates stacked their arms and furled flags on the triangle on April 12, 1865. The last shots fired by the artillery of Lee's army were from pieces located in the front yard of the Peer's house on the morning of April 9.  

Surrendered battle flag of the 61 Virginia.


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