201 West Washington Street
Washington and Lee University
Lexington, VA 24450
Completed in 1868, while Lee was President of Washington College, the chapel houses his office, a family crypt, and is the burial site of Traveller. The exhibition entitled "Educating to Build and Re-build a Nation" traces the history of education from the Colonies through Reconstruction. The rich history of Washington and Lee illustrates some of these major trends.
Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
Arlington, Virginia | The prewar home of Robert E. Lee, this historic site is now part of Arlington National Cemetery.
Stonewall Jackson House
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Stratford Hall Plantation
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The American Civil War Museum at Historic Tredegar
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