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Download Surrender at Appomattox: First-hand Accounts of Robert E. Lee's Surrender to Ulysses S. Grant Audiobook (Unabridged)

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On the 12th of April 1865, the Army of Northern Virginia marched to the field in front of Appomattox Court-House, stacked their arms, folded their colors, and walked off empty handed to find their distant, blighted homes.

These are detailed and moving first-hand accounts from a number of prominent witnesses to Robert E. Lee's surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox. Listen to accounts from:

Major-General Wesley Merritt, USA
Major-General John Gibbon, USA
Colonel Charles Marshall, Aide-de-Camp and Military Secretary to General R. E. Lee
Brigadier-General E. P. Alexander, CSA
Lt. General James Longstreet, CSA
General Phil Sheridan, USA
Lt. General Ulysses S. Grant

Brilliantly narrated in Northern and Southern accets by a professional actor and gifted voice talent, this unique audiobook vividly brings to life the words and heartfelt sentiments of those who wrote these riveting accounts.

Also included is the famous telegram that informed President Lincoln of Lee's surrender.

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About the Author
Author Ulysses S. Grant

Ulysses S. Grant (1822–1885) was a general in the Civil War and the eighteenth president of the United States. He wrote his memoirs after being diagnosed with throat cancer and succumbed to the disease a mere week after its completion.