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  • Jennifer Koinski

    General Robert E Lee with Traveller, one of my favorite Civil War horses. When Lee first laid eyes upon Traveller he exclaimed he was the finest horse he'd ever seen. What I wouldnt give to have been there at that moment. Lee rode Traveller when surrendered to Grant. Grant was riding Cincinnatti, his 17 hand battle charger.

  • Paul Greene

    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.

  • Catherine Ligon

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

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