Who was involved in the Battle of Appomattox?


Who was involved in the Battle of Appomattox?

Appomattox Campaign:

The Appomattox Campaign was a series of military battles near the close of the American Civil War. Engagements included the Battle of Appomattox Station and the Battle of Appomattox Court House. The Union forces consisted of the Armies of the Potomac, the James, and the Shenandoah. The Confederate forces consisted of the Army of Northern Virginia. The final outcome of the campaign was the defeat and surrender of the Confederate forces and dissolution of the Confederacy.

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Leading the Army of Northern Virginia was General Robert E. Lee. The Union forces were under the command of Generals Grant, Meade, and Sheridan, among...

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Appomattox Court House Lesson for Kids: Facts, Battle & Surrender


Chapter 8 / Lesson 4

Appomattox Court House is where two great generals met for the surrender of the South. Meet Union General Ulysses S Grant and Confederate General Robert E Lee, witness their last clash on the battlefield, and be present at General Lee's surrender.

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