The surrender room in the McLean House at Appomattox Court House.  US General Grant sat at that chair and table while General Robert E. Lee was signing the surrender papers of the Army of Northern Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh
The surrender room in the McLean House at Appomattox Court House.  General Robert E. Lee sat in this chair and used this desk to sign the surrender papers of the Army of Northern Virginia to General Grant.   Mike Lynaugh
Inside the McLean House - the house that General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to General Lee on April 9, 1865.   Mike Lynaugh
The dining room inside the McLean house where General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to General Grant on April 9, 1865 ending the Civil War and reuniting the country.   Mike Lynaugh
The kitchen house behind the McLean House at Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh
Slave quarters located behind the McLean house in Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh
Inside the slave quarters located behind the McLean house.   Mike Lynaugh
The McLean House at Appomattox Court House, VA.  It was inside this house that General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to General Ulysses Grant on April 9, 1865 ending the Civil War and reuniting the country.   Mike Lynaugh
The Appomattox Court House in which the town is named.  Although the McLean house is located just a few yards from this building, no surrender activities took place here.   Mike Lynaugh
The Clover Hill Tavern at Appomattox Court House.  The tavern was a very popular stage coach stop along the Richmond - Lynchburg stage road.   Mike Lynaugh
The Appomattox Court House in which the town is named.  Although the McLean house is located just a few yards from this building, no surrender activities took place here.   Mike Lynaugh