Lee Letters and Documents: Postwar 12

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Lee to James Caskie, October 12, 1865 page 3

Lee to James Caskie, October 12, 1865 page 3

Jackson: Places and Scenes 6

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Group at Jackson's grave Carte-de-visite by Boude & McClelland, Lexington, Virginia

Group at Jackson's grave Carte-de-visite by Boude & McClelland, Lexington, Virginia

Lee Letters and Documents: Postwar 1

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Lee to George S. Palmer, June 6, 1865

Lee to George S. Palmer, June 6, 1865

Lee Letters and Documents: Postwar 2

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Lee to George S. Palmer, June 6, 1865

Lee to George S. Palmer, June 6, 1865

Lee Letters and Documents: Postwar 3

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Lee to Col. Walter H. Taylor, June 17, 1865 page 1

Lee to Col. Walter H. Taylor, June 17, 1865 page 1

Lee Letters and Documents: Postwar 4

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Lee to Col. Walter H. Taylor, June 17, 1865 page 2

Lee to Col. Walter H. Taylor, June 17, 1865 page 2

Jackson: Places and Scenes 1

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House where Jackson died Cabinet card or mounted albumen photograph by unknown photographer

House where Jackson died Cabinet card or mounted albumen photograph by unknown photographer

Jackson: Places and Scenes 2

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Jackson's boyhood home near Weston, Lewis, County West Virginia Photograph 1907 from original painting by Mrs. Sabra Cather Woodford. West Virginia Building, Jamestown Exposition

Jackson's boyhood home near Weston, Lewis, County West Virginia Photograph 1907 from original painting by Mrs. Sabra Cather Woodford. West Virginia Building, Jamestown Exposition

Jackson: Places and Scenes 3

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Little Sorrell Cabinet card by George S. Cook, Photographer, sucessor to D. H. Anderson, Richmond, Virginia

Little Sorrell Cabinet card by George S. Cook, Photographer, sucessor to D. H. Anderson, Richmond, Virginia

Jackson: Places and Scenes 4

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Jackson's grave at Lexington, Virginia From a sketch by a General Officer of the CSA made during the war, carte-de-visite by unknown photographer

Jackson's grave at Lexington, Virginia From a sketch by a General Officer of the CSA made during the war, carte-de-visite by unknown photographer

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