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General Robert E Lee + Featuring his headquarters flag designed by his wife to depict the ark of the covenant this design honors the greatest general in American history. and This cup commemorates the major players of the American Civil War (1861-1865): President Abraham Lincoln, General Ulysses S. Grant, President Jefferson Davis, and General Robert E. Lee. Across the top of the mug is the wording: Civil War Leaders and below that the flags of the United States and the Confederate States of America. Under the two flags are the portraits of the leaders. This is a great gift for anyone interested in history. Also, you can modify the cup: wording, colors, images, sizes, and designs....In the last days of the Civil War, General Robert E. Lee's Army of Northern Virginia was fighting with its back to Richmond. These battle-weary but determined Confederates were facing overwhelming odds. A section of guns from the Third Company, Washington Artillery of new Orleans, "...the most famous of the confederate volunteer artillery organizations," was posted at Fort Gregg, a critical portion of the thin line of defense close to the Appomattox River. If the fort fell, the Union forces could break the Confederate line. On April 2, 1865, the Union forces attacked Fort Gregg. The 270 defenders had to hold until Lieutenant General James Longstreet's men could occupy new positions. Assault after assault broke against the walls of the fort like a rising blue tide against a rock. One of the assaults swept over the parapet of the fort. Lieutenant McElroy's guns of the Third Company, Washington Artillery barred the way. Three-inch Parrot rifled cannon, loaded with canister were aimed at the attacking Federal soldiers at point blank range. A Union soldier called to Private Lawrence Berry, who had the firing lanyard in his hand, "Don't fire that gun! Drop the lanyard or we'll shoot!" Berry yelled back, "Shoot and be dammed!" and fired his cannon into the faces of his assailants. Almost immediately Berry went down with multiple wounds. The tenacious defense of Fort Gregg gained precious time for Confederate forces to solidify their lines. The courage, dedication and self-sacrifice of the Washington Artillery is carried on today by the 141st Field Artillery, Louisiana Army National Guard. Sign up to Mr. Rebates for FREE and save 12% on any zazzle order in addition to a $5.00 sign up bonus All Rights Reserved; without: prejudice, recourse or notice (U.C.C. 1-308) http://www.ng.mil/resources/photo_gallery/heritage/shootandbedamned.html "civil war" "north virginia army" "keith rocco" "fort gregg" "confederate army" "union army" "robert e. lee" "general lee" appomattox "shoot and be damned" "national guard" "army national guard" "louisiana army national guard" military war "american civil war" fighting union confederate "lee's army" battle "civil war battle", Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil War and General Robert E Lee, Commander, Army of Northern Virginia.? Surrender at Apppomattox, American Civil War...The 24th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment was organized in Detroit in less than thirty days, and mustered into Federal Service on August 15, 1862. Two weeks after its formation, the 24th was moved to Washington, D.C., and attached to the Defenses of Washington, D.C.. A month after that, it was attached to the famous Iron Brigade of the 1st Army Corps with the Union's Army of the Potomac, before being moved to Maryland and then Virginia. That December, the 24th advanced on Falmouth, Virginia, and also fought at the Battle of Fredericksburg. In January of 1863, the 24th took part in Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside's abortive 'Mud March' offensive. Throughout the rest of early 1863, the 24th was stationed at Belle Plain, Virginia. In early May it fought in the Chancellorsville Campaign, including the Battle of Chancellorsville itself, and also conducted operations at Pollock's Mill Creek. The 24th fought in the Gettysburg Campaign for six weeks in June-July 1863, and suffered more casualties at the Battle of Gettysburg than any other Union regiment. From the Regiment's Monument at Gettysburg, dedicated in 1888: "Went into action with 496 officers and men - Killed & mortally wounded 89 - Otherwise wounded 218 - Captured 56 - Total casualties 363 - Five Color Bearers were killed and all the Color Guard were killed or wounded". Engraved on the stone block position marker for the 24th Michigan Infantry on Culp's Hill: "24th Regiment Michigan Volunteer Infantry Iron Brigade. Of the 496 men who went into battle on July 1, 1863, 99 answered roll call here on the morning of July 2 - 3 1863." The Regiment assisted in the three-week pursuit of Confederate General Robert E. Lee to Manassas Gap in Virginia, and throughout the remainder of the War took part in nearly every single campaign and battle the Army of the Potomac fought in, including the Battles of the Wilderness, Laurel Hill, Spotsylvania, Jericho Mills, Cold Harbor, Bethesda Church, and the Siege of Petersburg, where the 24th Regiment was down to only 120 men remaining. The Regiment was assigned to the Northern Department in Springfield, Illinois, in February, 1865, and was not able to be present at the Appomattox Court House, but would be selected to serve as escort at the funeral of President Abraham Lincoln. The 24th was mustered out of service on June 30, 1865. with General Robert E Lee, Commander, Army of Northern Virginia. ! The Army of Northern Virginia was the primary military force of the Confederate States of America in the Eastern Theater of the American Civil War, as well as the primary command structure of the Department of Northern Virginia. It was most often arrayed against the Union Army of the Potomac Image reproduction rights can be found in the link near the bottom of this description. Sign up to Mr. Rebates for FREE and save 12% on any zazzle order in addition to a $5.00 sign up bonus All Rights Reserved; without: prejudice, recourse or notice (U.C.C. 1-308) Image Reproduction Rights: http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:ANV_Flag.svg "army of northern virginia" "army of northern virginia flag" "confederate flag" "northern virginia flag" "confederate army flag" "confederate army of northern virginia" "civil war" "american civil war" "robert e. lee" "general lee" "general robert e. lee" confederacy "Confederate States Army" "army of the potomac" ! Vintage and antique bust portraits of Jefferson Davis and Southern Civil War Army officers. Clockwise from upper-left corner: Gen. Braxton Bragg, Gen. P. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Lt. Gen. T.J. Jackson, Gen S. Price, Lt. Gen Polk, Lt. Gen Hardee, Gen J.E.B. Stuart, Gen J.E. Johnston, Lt. Gen Kirby Smith, John H. Morgan, Albert Sidney Johnston, Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen John B. Gordon, Lt. Gen Longstreet, Gen A.P. Hill, Gen Hood. The image is a reproduction of a color lithograph from 1896 . And in the center are Stonewall Jackson, P. G. T. Beauregard, and Robert E. Lee, heroes of the Confederacy in the United States during the Civil War. The "Duke Boys" named their Dodge Charger after Robert E. Lee. ! Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil War...General Robert E Lee, Commander, Army of Northern Virginia. Stonewall Jackson Civil War Hero - Hero of the First Battle of Bull Run (First Manassas) where he received his famous nickname "Stonewall", Second Bull Run (Second Manassas), Antietam, and Fredericksburg. (or) General Lee was completely surrounded. After a failed attempt to break out of the village of Appomattox Courthouse, he concluded the only thing left to do was to see General Grant. This calendar contains modern day and historic photographs of the village of Appomattox Courthouse where General Robert E. Lee surrendered the Army of Northern Virginia to General Ulysses S. Grant. History enthusiasts will appreciate the historic black and white photos and the present day photos taken from approximately the same camera positions used over 150 years ago. Past visitors and those that have yet to visit this historic treasure will see photographs of the scenic beauty of the village, the architectural style of the buildings and read text of the historic events that occurred there. A credit page also adds additional historic insight to some of the photographs. ! Vintage and antique bust portraits of Jefferson Davis and Southern Civil War Army officers. Clockwise from upper-left corner: Gen. Braxton Bragg, Gen. P. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Lt. Gen. T.J. Jackson, Gen S. Price, Lt. Gen Polk, Lt. Gen Hardee, Gen J.E.B. Stuart, Gen J.E. Johnston, Lt. Gen Kirby Smith, John H. Morgan, Albert Sidney Johnston, Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen John B. Gordon, Lt. Gen Longstreet, Gen A.P. Hill, Gen Hood. The image is a reproduction of a color lithograph from 1896 . And in the center are Stonewall Jackson, P. G. T. Beauregard, and Robert E. Lee, heroes of the Confederacy in the United States during the Civil War. The "Duke Boys" named their Dodge Charger after Robert E. Lee. Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil War. Confederate American General Robert E. Lee This design celebrates a great American Hero, a true Southern Gentleman, and a faithful Child of God. It is sure to delight any son or daughter of The Confederacy, any historian,"civil war" buff or patriotic American!. Vintage and antique bust portraits of Jefferson Davis and Southern Civil War Army officers. Clockwise from upper-left corner: Gen. Braxton Bragg, Gen. P. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Lt. Gen. T.J. Jackson, Gen S. Price, Lt. Gen Polk, Lt. Gen Hardee, Gen J.E.B. Stuart, Gen J.E. Johnston, Lt. Gen Kirby Smith, John H. Morgan, Albert Sidney Johnston, Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen John B. Gordon, Lt. Gen Longstreet, Gen A.P. Hill, Gen Hood. The image is a reproduction of a color lithograph from 1896 . And in the center are Stonewall Jackson, P. G. T. Beauregard, and Robert E. Lee, heroes of the Confederacy in the United States during the Civil War. The "Duke Boys" named their Dodge Charger after Robert E. Lee. ...The "Duke Boys" named their Dodge Charger after Robert E. Lee. Vintage and antique bust portraits of Jefferson Davis and Southern Civil War Army officers. Clockwise from upper-left corner: Gen. Braxton Bragg, Gen. P. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Lt. Gen. T.J. Jackson, Gen S. Price, Lt. Gen Polk, Lt. Gen Hardee, Gen J.E.B. Stuart, Gen J.E. Johnston, Lt. Gen Kirby Smith, John H. Morgan, Albert Sidney Johnston, Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen John B. Gordon, Lt. Gen Longstreet, Gen A.P. Hill, Gen Hood. The image is a reproduction of a color lithograph from 1896 . And in the center are Stonewall Jackson, P. G. T. Beauregard, and Robert E. Lee, heroes of the Confederacy in the United States during the Civil War. + Robert E. Lee of the Confederate Army (1807-1870) "Our country demands all our strength, all our energies. To resist the powerful combination now forming against us will require every man at his place. If victorious, we will have everything to hope for in the future. If defeated, nothing will be left for us to live for." SAVE 10% ON ALL ZAZZLE ORDERS. HERE OR EVERYWHERE ON ZAZZLE WITH MR. REBATES!! Also enjoy a rebate on over 2,000 other online retailers. "Don't Shop Online Without Mr. Rebates." Refer others and earn a rebate off their online purchases made through Mr. Rebates. Simply click any of the banners to Mr. Rebates, Create an account, Search for Zazzle.com in the store search box, follow the further instructions and your saving 10%. Enjoy!!! and Vintage and antique bust portraits of Jefferson Davis and Southern Civil War Army officers. Clockwise from upper-left corner: Gen. Braxton Bragg, Gen. P. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Lt. Gen. T.J. Jackson, Gen S. Price, Lt. Gen Polk, Lt. Gen Hardee, Gen J.E.B. Stuart, Gen J.E. Johnston, Lt. Gen Kirby Smith, John H. Morgan, Albert Sidney Johnston, Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen John B. Gordon, Lt. Gen Longstreet, Gen A.P. Hill, Gen Hood. The image is a reproduction of a color lithograph from 1896 . And in the center are Stonewall Jackson, P. G. T. Beauregard, and Robert E. Lee, heroes of the Confederacy in the United States during the Civil War. The "Duke Boys" named their Dodge Charger after Robert E. Lee. ...Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil War Confederate General Robert E. Lee Mug? This American Civil War spill-proof commuter mug has a removable plastic top and looks good adorned with your favorite picture or text. Hand wash only. Imported.. Lee was a distinguished career soldier and a top graduate of West Point. He commanded the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia during the American Civil War. Not to mention the "Duke Boys" named their Dodge Charger after him. with Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil War + Vintage and antique bust portraits of Jefferson Davis and Southern Civil War Army officers. Clockwise from upper-left corner: Gen. Braxton Bragg, Gen. P. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Lt. Gen. T.J. Jackson, Gen S. Price, Lt. Gen Polk, Lt. Gen Hardee, Gen J.E.B. Stuart, Gen J.E. Johnston, Lt. Gen Kirby Smith, John H. Morgan, Albert Sidney Johnston, Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen John B. Gordon, Lt. Gen Longstreet, Gen A.P. Hill, Gen Hood. The image is a reproduction of a color lithograph from 1896 . And in the center are Stonewall Jackson, P. G. T. Beauregard, and Robert E. Lee, heroes of the Confederacy in the United States during the Civil War. The "Duke Boys" named their famous car after Robert E. Lee. Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil War, Vintage and antique bust portraits of Jefferson Davis and Southern Civil War Army officers. Clockwise from upper-left corner: Gen. Braxton Bragg, Gen. P. T. Beauregard, Jefferson Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Lt. Gen. T.J. Jackson, Gen S. Price, Lt. Gen Polk, Lt. Gen Hardee, Gen J.E.B. Stuart, Gen J.E. Johnston, Lt. Gen Kirby Smith, John H. Morgan, Albert Sidney Johnston, Gen. Wade Hampton, Gen John B. Gordon, Lt. Gen Longstreet, Gen A.P. Hill, Gen Hood. The image is a reproduction of a color lithograph from 1896 . And in the center are Stonewall Jackson, P. G. T. Beauregard, and Robert E. Lee, heroes of the Confederacy in the United States during the Civil War. The "Duke Boys" named their Dodge Charger after Robert E. Lee. with Battle of Gettysburg, American Civil War and The Room in the McLean House, at Appomattox C.H., in which Gen. Lee surrendered to Gen. Grant Most written accounts of Robert E. Lee’s surrender to Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox on April 9, 1865, noted the difference between Lee’s stiff dignity and Grant’s more relaxed demeanor. This lithograph of the event, showing the two men as they waited for the peace terms to be copied, captures that difference better than most. After the surrender, Wilmer McLean, the owner of the house, lost much of his furniture to soldiers desiring mementos of the historic event. Later, in what proved to be a futile effort to recoup his losses and raise funds for his needy family, he commissioned this print. Sign up to Mr. Rebates for FREE and save 12% on any zazzle order in addition to a $5.00 sign up bonus All Rights Reserved; without: prejudice, recourse or notice (U.C.C. 1-308) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Lee_Surrenders_to_Grant_at_Appomattox.jpg "civil war" surrender "robert e. lee" "ulysses s. grant" lee grant "general lee" "general grant" appomattox "mclean house" "wilmer mclean" "surrender at appomattox" "lee surrenders" "american civil war" and Print shows General Robert E. Lee with his generals, group portrait. Image reproduction rights can be found in the link near the bottom of this description. 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