The sight of stacked arms on April 12, in the tiny village of Appomattox Courthouse meant that the surrender agreed to by Grant and Lee in the Mclean house was official. The Confederate soldiers received pardons to return home safely in exchange for their weapons and a pledge to never take up arms against the United States again.
Commemorate your visit to this historic place with an Appomattox Courthouse patch. Its depiction of stacked arms on the road to the McLean House are a powerful reminder of the events at Appomattox. Add this to your Civil War collection.
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