Author:Robert Edward Lee
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|American and Confederate general, best known for his commanding the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil War|
- Robert E. Lee's letter announcing surrender
- Robert E. Lee's Farewell Address to the Army of Northern Virginia
- “Testimony of General R. E. Lee,” in the Southern Historical Society Papers Volume 1, March 1876, regarding the treatment of prisoners
- “Letter from General Lee,” in the Southern Historical Society Papers Volume 1, April 1876, regarding the treatment of prisoners
- “General Lee's Final Report of the Pennsylvania Campaign and Battle of Gettysburg,” in the Southern Historical Society Papers Volume 2, July 1876
- “Patriotic Letters of Confederate Leaders,” in the Southern Historical Society Papers Volume 2, July 1876, offer of resignation
Works about Lee
- “Gen. Robert Edward Lee,” Harper's Weekly, July 2, 1864.
- “Lee, Robert Edward” by Alfred H. Guernsey in The American Cyclopædia, 1879.
- J. Horace Lacy, “Lee at Fredericksburg,” The Century Magazine. Vol. XXXII. August 1886, No. 4
- “Lee, Robert Edward” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911.
- H. P. Lovecraft, “Lines on Gen. Robert Edward Lee,” 1916
- “Address on the Character of Gen. R. E. Lee,” by John Hampden Chamberlayne in the Southern Historical Society Papers Volume 3, January 1877
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