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Chapter 2: Robert E. Lee

William P. Trent Professor of English Literature in Columbia University

Residence of Robert E. Lee, on Franklin street, Richmond, occupied by his family during the war— three of the portraits of General Lee that follow were taken in the basement of this house—it later became the home of the Virginia historical society

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