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STRATEGIST. FIGHTER. GENIUS. LEADER.

THE GREATEST LEADER OF AMERICA’S CIVIL WAR

hen South Carolina seceded from the Union, the first person offered the job of commanding the Union forces to return the rebel state to the fold was Robert E. Lee. But when his home state voted to from the Bradford Exchange Mint.

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