Robert E. Lee surrenders to Ulysses S. Grant here, ending the Civil War.

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The location of the last major Civil War battle. The Confederacy surrenders here. It was a final battle between Grant and Lee. Lee was on the run and was attempting to regroup his men at a railroad town but was cut off by Grant and the Union army.


It was the South's last stand and marked the end of the Civil War. Holds symbolic significance as such.

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