Appomattox

[statue] Appomattox is the name of a bronze statue that is positioned in the center of the intersection of South Washington Street (Virginia Route 400) and Prince Street in Old Town, Alexandria, Virginia, in the United States. It was created by sculptor M. Caspar Buberl and commissioned and erected by the Robert E. Lee camp of the United Co...
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Appomattox

[opera] Appomattox is an opera in English based on the American Civil War, composed by Philip Glass, with a libretto by the playwright Christopher Hampton. The work had its world premiere at the San Francisco Opera on October 5, 2007, with a cast that included Dwayne Croft as Robert E. Lee, Andrew Shore as Ulysses S. Grant. The piece is abo...
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Appomattox

Tobacco Country, Virgina City Va., Lee surrendered here.
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Appomattox

(from the article `Performing Arts`) ...the music itself continued to be renewed with the debut of new works and the revival of old. In October the San Francisco Opera presented the ...
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Appomattox

Appomattox (ăpumăt'uks) , town (1990 pop. 1,707), seat of Appomattox co., central Va.; inc. 1925. Confederate general Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union general Ulysses S. Grant at nearby Appomattox Courthouse. on Apr. 9, 1865. After Gen. Philip Sheridan's victory over the Confederat...
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