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The Appomattox Court House.  Although no official surrender activities occurred here, it is the building in which the town was named, and is now the visitor's center and museum for the park.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Clover Hill Tavern - A very popular carriage stop during the 1800's.  It was in this tavern that 28,231 parole slips for the Army of Northern Virginia were printed after General Lee surrendered his forces to General Grant.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Peers house.  It was from this property that the final artillery shot from the Army of Northern Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The McLean House.  This home was once the property of Wilmer McLean was the location of the formal surrender of General Robert E. Lee to General Ulysses S. Grant here at Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography A Union officer watches on as the Confederate forces arrive to surrender to Union forces during a reenactment of the surrender of General Lee to General Grant at the 140th Anniversary events at Appomattox Court House.   Mike Lynaugh Photography General Joshua Chamberlain accepts the surrender of General John Gordon's troops to Union forces during a reenactment of the surrender of General Lee to General Grant at the 140th Anniversary events at Appomattox Court House.   Mike Lynaugh Photography  Members of the 28th VA Co. C gather for a final unit portrait before surrendering to Union forces during a reenactment of the surrender of General Lee to General Grant at the 140th Anniversary events at Appomattox Court House.   Mike Lynaugh Photography Union soldiers watch as the Confederate forces leave their arms behind after surrendering to Union forces during a reenactment of the surrender of General Lee to General Grant at the 140th Anniversary events at Appomattox Court House.   Mike Lynaugh Photography  The Plunkett-Meeks Store which served as the storekeeper, postmaster, and druggist of Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography Main Street Appomattox Court House, Virginia.  This road leads to the town of Appomattox Court House.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Appomattox Court House.  Although no official surrender activities occurred here, it is the building in which the town was named, and is now the visitor's center and museum for the park.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The McLean House.  This home was once the property of Wilmer McLean was the location of the formal surrender of General Robert E. Lee to General Ulysses S. Grant here at Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography A grave of a former Confederate soldier at the Confederate Cemetery at Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The location of General Grant's headquarters near Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The location of General Rober E. Lee's final headquarters near Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography A monument honoring the Southern Dead in the Confederate Cemetery at Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography A Confederate Soldier reenactor in Appomattox Court House, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The graves of Confederate soldiers at the Confederate Cemetery at Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The graves of Confederate, and Union soldiers at the Confederate Cemetery at Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography A Confederate Soldier reenactor in Appomattox Court House, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Appomattox Court House.  Although no official surrender activities occurred here, it is the building in which the town was named, and is now the visitor's center and museum for the park.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Clover Hill Tavern - A very popular carriage stop during the 1800's.  It was in this tavern that 28,231 parole slips for the Army of Northern Virginia were printed after General Lee surrendered his forces to General Grant.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Peers house.  It was from this property that the final artillery shot from the Army of Northern Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Kelly House in Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Surrender Room.  It was in this room at the McLean House in Appomattox, Virginia that General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Surrender Room.  It was in this room at the McLean House in Appomattox, Virginia that General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Surrender Room.  It was in this room at the McLean House in Appomattox, Virginia that General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The interior of the McLean House.  This home was once the property of Wilmer McLean was the location of the formal surrender of General Robert E. Lee to General Ulysses S. Grant here at Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography A Confederate Soldier reenactor in Appomattox Court House, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography A monument honoring the Southern Dead in the Confederate Cemetery at Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The graves of Confederate soldiers at the Confederate Cemetery at Appomattox Court House, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Appomattox Court House.  Although no official surrender activities occurred here, it is the building in which the town was named, and is now the visitor's center and museum for the park.   Mike Lynaugh Photography Main Street Appomattox Court House, Virginia.  This road leads to the town of Appomattox Court House.   Mike Lynaugh Photography This is the location of the Surrender Cemeremony where Confederate General John Gordon's forces surrendered their weapons to General Joshua Chaimberlain's forces.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The location of General Rober E. Lee's final headquarters near Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography General Robert E. Lee and General Ulysses S. Grant met at this location the morning following the surrender of Lee's Confederate forces.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Surrender Room.  It was in this room at the McLean House in Appomattox, Virginia that General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The McLean House outside Kitchen in Appomattox Court House, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The McLean House outside Kitchen in Appomattox Court House, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Surrender Room.  It was in this room at the McLean House in Appomattox, Virginia that General Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia to General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The location of General Rober E. Lee's final headquarters near Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography General Robert E. Lee and General Ulysses S. Grant met at this location the morning following the surrender of Lee's Confederate forces.   Mike Lynaugh Photography General Robert E. Lee and General Ulysses S. Grant met at this location the morning following the surrender of Lee's Confederate forces.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The location of General Rober E. Lee's final headquarters near Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography General Robert E. Lee made camp here following his departure from Appomattox Court House as he travelled back to his home in Richmond, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography General Robert E. Lee made camp here following his departure from Appomattox Court House as he travelled back to his home in Richmond, VA.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The Clover Hill Tavern - A very popular carriage stop during the 1800's.  It was in this tavern that 28,231 parole slips for the Army of Northern Virginia were printed after General Lee surrendered his forces to General Grant.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The McLean House outside Kitchen in Appomattox Court House, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography This is the location of the Surrender Cemeremony where Confederate General John Gordon's forces surrendered their weapons to General Joshua Chaimberlain's forces.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The McLean House outside Kitchen in Appomattox Court House, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography The McLean House.  This home was once the property of Wilmer McLean was the location of the formal surrender of General Robert E. Lee to General Ulysses S. Grant here at Appomattox, Virginia.   Mike Lynaugh Photography jQuery Images by VisualLightBox.com v5.3m