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Advance from Appomattox. From the Richmond News-leader, January 21, 1907. John Skelton Will
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Our advance from Appomattox.
General Lee was one of the few men who h the wilderness.
Lee was sent to the rear at Appomattox, but Lee's men and Lee's woman have come ste ecitation of the results of our advance from Appomattox.
We have overcome obstacles set thick and d s.
Yet, it is now scarcely forty years from Appomattox, and the South has regained all her losses a nia, as they followed to the gloomy glory of Appomattox, Lee's people have pressed and striven and climbed from Appomattox to and now are through the clouds and toward the crest, in the full glow of t been Grant instead of Lee who surrendered at Appomattox, we of the South probably would have erred i oo, have done our patient part by him. Since Appomattox the Southern white man has spent, as nearly the only right of the States surrendered at Appomattox.
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