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McLean House, Appomattox

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The McLean House in Appomattox, Virginia is within the Appomattox Court House National Historical Park. Then owned by Wilmer McLean and his wife Virginia, the house near the end of the American Civil War served as the location of the surrender of the Confederate army of Robert E. Lee on April 9, 1865, after a nearby battle. The reconstructed house was registered in the National Park Service's database of Official Structures on June 26, 1989.
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  • Agree with others . . . take the guided tour . . . our tour guide was a wealth of information about the house . . . you get a more positive sense of its historic value after hearing of its history...  more »
  • Wonderful!! The entire town has an authentic feel to it. The McLean house has a lot of old timey things inside. Including a creepy doll! The room where grant and Lee sat is small but impressive.  more »

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