A great deal of social interest is now being focused on Confederate statutes, which have publicly existed since after the Civil War (or the War Between The States). All too often, positions taken on this issue have been based on fiction and not reality. The focus is especially on those statutes erected of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. This course will focus, not on "Confederate General" Lee," but Robert E. Lee, the product of early and mid-nineteenth century southern aristocracy. It will focus on his ancestry and personal background, and equally as well, who he was NOT.The course will offer an optional Saturday trip to Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. Lecture(plus Questions)Listening to Music(or Other Audio)Viewing VideosField Trip(s)
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