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The Long Surrender by Burke Davis
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Jul 23, 2011

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bookshelves: american-civil-war, history

During the last days of the Civil War, Lee was fighting a losing battle with lack of equipment and a starving army. The only thing holding the army was the loyalty of his men to Marse Lee. When he did surrender, Confederate President Jefferson Davis fled Richmond seeking safety leading Union troops on a prolonged chase.

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