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Lee Surrenders Hoodie
Lee Surrenders Hoodie
Lee's surrender was demanded by Grant 7 April 1865, but at that time, Lee declined, replying "the occasion for the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia had not yet arrived." Two days later, 9 April 1865, Lee capitulated. Seeing that a further struggle was useless, General Lee sent a note to General Grant asking for a meeting. It took place at William McLean's residence at Appomattox Court House on Sunday at 2 P.M., when the army of Northern Virginia was surrendered, effectively bringing about the beginning of the end of the war. The Civil War effectively ended 2 April 1866 by proclamation from President Johnson. Disbanding the U. S. Army began 2 June, 1865. The total enlistments during the war was 2,678,967. The Confederates had about 2,000,000. The entire loss of both armies was about 600,000 killed and 400,000 disabled and crippled. The disbursements during the war amounted to around $1,10,000. From May, 1861, until the final mustering out of service, the Army Medical Department treated 5,825,000 soldiers in the field and hospital. Of these 166,623 were fatal.
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Lee Surrenders Hoodie
Lee's surrender was demanded by Grant 7 April 1865, but at that time, Lee declined, replying "the occasion for the surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia had not yet arrived." Two days later, 9 April 1865, Lee capitulated. Seeing that a further struggle was useless, General Lee sent a note to General Grant asking for a meeting. It took place at William McLean's residence at Appomattox Court House on Sunday at 2 P.M., when the army of Northern Virginia was surrendered, effectively bringing about the beginning of the end of the war. The Civil War effectively ended 2 April 1866 by proclamation from President Johnson. Disbanding the U. S. Army began 2 June, 1865. The total enlistments during the war was 2,678,967. The Confederates had about 2,000,000. The entire loss of both armies was about 600,000 killed and 400,000 disabled and crippled. The disbursements during the war amounted to around $1,10,000. From May, 1861, until the final mustering out of service, the Army Medical Department treated 5,825,000 soldiers in the field and hospital. Of these 166,623 were fatal.
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