Recollections And Letters Of General Robert E. Lee By His Son


Read by David Wales

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The life of the Confederate States of America general, Robert E. Lee, through the eyes of his youngest son, who was also a Confederate Army officer. Published in 1905. Note: in many of the letters the recipient's name is printed after General Lee's signature; the White House is not that in Washington but General Lee's elder son's house in Virginia. - Summary by david wales (14 hr 1 min)

Chapters

Services In The United States Army 40:34 Read by David Wales
The Confederate General 48:30 Read by David Wales
Letters To Wife And Daughters 41:23 Read by David Wales
Army Life Of Robert The Younger 40:49 Read by David Wales
The Army Of Northern Virginia 39:48 Read by David Wales
The Winter of 1863-4 30:11 Read by David Wales
Fronting The Army Of The Potomac 29:12 Read by David Wales
The Surrender 33:36 Read by David Wales
A Private Citizen 30:43 Read by David Wales
President Of Washington College 38:08 Read by David Wales
The Idol Of The South 36:24 Read by David Wales
Lee's Opinion On The Late War 35:13 Read by David Wales
Family Affairs 31:59 Read by David Wales
An Ideal Father 24:02 Read by David Wales
Mountain Rides 31:20 Read by David Wales
An Adviser Of Young Men 35:26 Read by David Wales
The Reconstruction Period 37:31 Read by David Wales
Mrs. R.E. Lee 38:57 Read by David Wales
Lee's Letters To His Sons 32:42 Read by David Wales
The New Home In Lexington 35:12 Read by David Wales
Failing Health 22:35 Read by David Wales
The Southern Trip 47:41 Read by David Wales
A Round Of Visits 38:53 Read by David Wales
Last Days 21:04 Read by David Wales