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"Robert E. Lee" Visits Greeneville

Published: 9:40 AM, 02/09/2009


David Chaltas, a nationally recognized living historian, author and educator, was the speaker for the annual Robert E. Lee / Stonewall Jackson dinner on Saturday.

Channels: Events  Education 
Keywords: civil,  war,  reenactor,  robert,  lee 


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