Annotations for Marching to Appomattox : The Footrace That Ended the Civil War


Baker & Taylor
As General Lee and his Confederate troops raced toward North Carolina for reinforcements and supplies, General Grant and his Union troops made sure to put an end to their plans--eventually resulting in the end of the Civil War.

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Baker & Taylor
As General Lee and his Confederate troops raced toward North Carolina for reinforcements and supplies, General Grant and his Union troops made sure to put an end to their plans--resulting in General Lee's surrender at Appomattox Court House and, eventually, the end of the Civil War.

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Baker & Taylor
Tells the tale of the seven day campaign that culminated in the surrender of General Lee at Appomattox and the end of the Civil War.

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Penguin Putnam
We always hear about how wars start, but how they end can be just as fascinating. That is certainly the case with America's Civil War. After the fall of Richmond, Robert E. Lee and his Confederate troops were racing toward North Carolina for supplies and reinforcements. Ulysses S. Grant's Union troops were determined to stop them. Both sides were certain they would prevail, yet after fighting with all his heart and soul, Lee surrendered at Appomattox Court House. What made him do that?

Find out how geography, luck, perseverance, and compassionate diplomacy by Lee, Grant, and Abraham Lincoln combined to change the course of our nation's history.




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