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Title -  Arlington Mansion, Home of Robert E. Lee  


Description -  Arlington Mansion, the home of Robert E. Lee, after it was captured by Union forces.  East front of mansion with Union soldiers on the lawn.  In a vindictive act against Confederate General Lee, this site was chosen by the Federals as the location for a new national cemetery -- Arlington National Cemetery.


Description Source -  Library of Congress


Year -  June 28, 1864

Arlington Mansion, Home of General Robert E. Lee

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