Story of McLean
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This house looks great.
Before the civil war, William Mclean lived the simple, quite life of a farmer outside of Manassas junction, Virginia.
After a bomb exploded in his kitchen during the first major battle of the war.
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Mr. McLean moved his family nearly 200 miles away. He settled them in Appomattox Court House, Virginia.
This house is all clear
Nearly four years later, the civil war and to an end. General Robert E. Lee agreed to meet with General Ulysses S. Grant to discuss the terms of the confederates surrender. The generals were both near the town of Appomattox court house.
Both Generals agreed to meet in the front parlor of a local farmer. Also, the parlor belonged to William McLean.
After, the meeting, Union officers stripped the room for souvenirs of this historical event.
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