OUR NATIONAL HERO...Robert E. Lee... embodied all the qualities we Southerners admire!!!

He was a very honorable man. He didn't believe in slavery and only lead the Southern army because he could not bear to fight against his fellow Virginians.

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Robert E. Lee was placed in command of the Army of North Virginia Reference for Duncan

Take the advice from a proud Southerner...

Even Robert E. Lee Wanted the Confederate Flag Gone

Just for the fact that a heck of a lot of people are, understandably, offended and feel disrespected by this symbol. Feelings should always come before a "thing/symbol/item.

black-and-white-american-civil-war-photo-in-color  Gen. Robt E Lee of the confederacy

Black and white American Civil War photo in color - Gen. Robert E Lee of the Confederate States of America

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It was Confederate General Robert E. Lee who first called New York's regiment of the Irish Brigade, "The Fighting Irish.

Confederate General Robert E Lee Quote - "A Traitor? I swore an oath to my native state to defend against all invaders. How could I leave my beloved Virginia? It is not I who was a traitor."

Confederate General Robert E Lee Quote - "A Traitor? I swore an oath to my native state to defend against all invaders. How could I leave my beloved Virginia? It is not I who was a traitor.

Modern digitally remastered picture of Confederate General Robert E. Lee - he resigned his commission from the U.S. Army just after his home state of Virginia seceded from the Union. Ironically, Lincoln had summoned him to Blair House the previous day to offer him command of the entire Union army.

Amazing full-color Civil War photos bring the era's characters to life

AMERICAN CIVIL WAR ¥ Probably the most famous photograph of General Robert E. This photograph was taken just days after his surrender at Appomattox by the famous Matthew Brady behind General Lee's home in Richmond, VA.

Robert E. Lee - Lee Circle is a central traffic circle in New Orleans, Louisiana, which featured a monument to Confederate General Robert E. Lee between 1884 and 2017. It is located at the intersection of St. Charles and Howard Avenues. Prior to the erection of the monument, the location was known as Tivoli Circle or Place du Tivoli. Tivoli Circle was an important, central point in the city, as it linked upriver areas with downriver areas. It was a common local meeting point.

Robert E. Lee - Lee Circle is a central traffic circle in New Orleans, Louisiana, which featured a monument to Confederate General Robert E. Lee between 1884 and 2017. It is located at the intersection of St. Charles and Howard Avenues. Prior to the erection of the monument, the location was known as Tivoli Circle or Place du Tivoli. Tivoli Circle was an important, central point in the city, as it linked upriver areas with downriver areas. It was a common local meeting point.

Grave of Traveller - Robert E. Lee's white horse - at Washington Lee University, Lexington, VA.  Traveller outlived his owner.

Grave of Traveller - Robert E. Lee's white horse - at Washington Lee University, Lexington, VA. Traveller outlived his owner. (I left a penny here when we visited in 2013 - CSA)

Traveller and General Lee. The Confederate commands of Generals John Hunt Morgan and Nathan Bedford Forrest were mounted almost exclusively on American Saddlebreds, and these horses performed legendary feats of endurance during the war. Because most Confederate horses were privately owned, General Grant's order at Lee's surrender allowed the men to keep their horses and perhaps saved the breed.

Traveller and General Lee. The Confederate commands of Generals John Hunt Morgan and Nathan Bedford Forrest were mounted almost exclusively on American Saddlebreds, and these horses performed legendary feats of endurance during the war.

General Lee He has just arrived in Richmond from Appomattox, where he had signed the surrender terms, and is seated in the basement of his Franklin Street residence between his son, Major-General G. W. C. Lee, and his aide, Colonel Walter Taylor.

Lee has just arrived in Richmond from Appomattox, and is seated in the basement of his Franklin Street residence between his son, Major-General G. Lee, and his aide, Colonel Walter Taylor~

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