William McClean

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  • William McClean's Life
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  • The start of the war
  • Our House!
  • The end of the war
  • I'm so glad the war is over.
  • Before the Civil War William McClean was just a simple farmer living near Manassas Junction, Virginia.
  • The meeting
  • The people deserve to be free,
  • After a bomb exploded in his kitchen McClean moved his family to Appomattox Court House, Virginia.
  • After the meeting
  • Four years after William McClean moved his family to Appomatox Court House, Virginia, the Civil War ended.
  • William McClean's life long after the war.
  • I can't believe the war started in my front yard and ended in my front parlor
  • So Ironic
  • General Robert E. Lee meets with General Ulysses S. Grant to discuss the Confederate surrender. They meet in the front parlor of William McClean's house.
  • After the meeting Union officers cleaned and collected all evidence from the meeting between General Lee and General Grant.
  • After the war William McClean stayed in Appomattox Court House, Virginia with his family.
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