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Appomattox Court House - August 14, 2002

A short visit to the site of the end of the Civil War.


A lovely day for a walk around the buildings at Appomattox Court House. [800x600][1600x1200]

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The Court House. [800x600][1600x1200]

The side of the Court House. [800x600][1600x1200]

The Clover Hill Tavern. [800x600][1600x1200]

Inside the Clover Hill Tavern. [800x600][1600x1200]

This is where parole notes for Confederate soldiers were issued. [800x600][1600x1200]

The Tavern's guest house. [800x600][1600x1200]

The "New" Jail. Built 1870 when the one across the street burned. [800x600][1600x1200]

Jail cell. [800x600][1600x1200]

The Meeks general store. [800x600][1600x1200]

Inside the general store. [800x600][1600x1200]

Side of the general store. [800x600][1600x1200]

Looking up the road. [800x600][1600x1200]

McLean House, the actual site of the surrender meeting. [800x600][1600x1200]

The house. [800x600][1600x1200]

The room where the surrender took place. Grant's table. [800x600][1600x1200]

Lee's table. [800x600][1600x1200]

The sofa. Two vases and the frame of this sofa are the only original items. [800x600][1600x1200]

Those original vases. [800x600][1600x1200]

A child's bedroom upstairs. [800x600][1600x1200]

The other bedroom. [800x600][1600x1200]

More items in the McLean House. [800x600][1600x1200]

Downstairs in the kitchen. [800x600][1600x1200]

Dining area. [800x600][1600x1200]
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