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Robert E. Lee
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Antietam: Lee's action part of master plan
Appomattox: Lee's grueling and final struggle
Auburn was crucial lost opportunity for Lee
Colleagues and enemies on the battlefield
Congress restores Lee's full citizenship in 1975
For Lee, one last glimpse of home?
General was brilliant warrior
Gettysburg: Lee surprised by Federals
Gettysburg: What if Lee had won?
Grant and Lee: Both had bad days
Grant fooled, but Lee misses 'Masterstroke'
Grant or Lee: Who was the greater general?
Hen fed Lee with daily eggs
Into the fray over Lee's 'audacity'
Lee a rebuilder as college president
Lee and Jackson: Larger-than-life legacies
Lee as 19th century's Washington: Overstated
Lee builds campaigns on information
Lee sends letter to Jackson
Lee the educator committed to character
Lee's biographer is a story himself
Lee's damaged image restored by time
Lee's decision to 'go and see Gen. Grant'
Lee's farewell drops 'hated foe' phrase
Lee's letters give fresh insight
Lee's notes a window on an elusive man
Lee's shadow betrays his plans
Lee, flaws and genius intact: Clear view of man, his generals
Lee’s Life Complex after War
Lees win fight over Arlington home
Longstreet becomes target of Lee's admirers
Mention Lee, but dont call him traitor
Ox Hill Battle: Lee's Honor Evident
Review: 'Reading the Man: A Portrait of Robert E. Lee Through His Private Letters'
Review: Author takes us along on Lee's retreat
Review: Authors remove tarnish heaped on Lee
Review: Context lost in bio of dashing 'Rooney'
Review: Evolution of military staffs during war
Robert E. Lee and a superficial assessment
Robert E. Lee's peaceful excursions to Baltimore
Robert E. Lee and Sister Aimee
Wirz: Andersonville chief viewed less critically
The Slavery Period
The American Revolution, Constitution and Founding
Jacksonian Democracy, Abolitionism and the Failure
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Ulysses S. Grant
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Robert E. Lee
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The Growth of Freedmen
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From Slavery to Freedom
– and Back Again
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Richmond During the War
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