Recollections and Letters of General Robert E. Lee

Chapter XXI: Failing Health:

The Document

The General declines lucrative positions in New York and Atlanta
He suffers from an obstinate cold; local gossip
He is advised to go South in the spring of 1870; Desires to visit his daughter Annie's grave

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Lee, Robert E. jr., The Recollections & Letters of Robert E. Lee, http://www.historyofwar.org/sources/acw/lee_letters/chapter21a.html, webpage created by Rickard, J (8 June 2006),

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