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    This is a picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveler.

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    • Bobbie Anders

      This is a picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveler. Great general loyal to Virginia with one of the most beloved horses in history.

    • **AmY SoHnS**

      A Rare Photo Of General Robert E Lee With His Horse "Traveller" Looking Tired, Muddy & Miserable With The Weight Of The Confederate World On His Shoulders

    • Pauline Shillito🎀

      This is a rare picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveler, looking tired, muddy & miserable with the weight of the Confederate world on his shoulders. Civil War History

    • Karen Vallot

      This is a picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveller. Great story follows. Horse friends...don't miss this one.awesome history of a great man and his equally great horse!

    • Luke Henning

      This is a rare picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveler. I would like to meet him and watch his actions during the Civil War. I would like to see why he sent Gen. Pickett and his men down the center of the field at Gettysburg.

    • Donna Morales

      This is picture of General Robert E Lee with his horse, Traveler. General Lee was one of the prominent leaders of the Confederate Army in the Civil War.

    • Colleen M.

      This is a rare picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveler. My heart goes out to him here. He looks tired, muddy, miserable with the weight of the whole world on his shoulders.

    • Barb Schleicher

      This is a picture of General Robert E Lee with Traveler. What a beautiful horse.

    • M M

      This is a picture of General Robert E Lee with his beloved horse, Traveller.

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