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        General Robert E. Lee Commemorative Statue

        Celebrate your Confederate Heritage with our Robert E. Lee Commemorative Statue.

        Cast from Concrete, each statue stands 52" tall with a 24" round base.
        The statue weighs approximately 450-500 lbs.

        Price: $300.00 (Add $100 for delivery).

        Prices/delivery charges less with quantity purchases.

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        Please email or call Braxton Spivey at 843-696-5351 for details.

        Contact Person: Braxton Spivey
        Telephone: 843-696-5351
        Contact Email: budspivey52@yahoo.com


        Shenandoah Valley Battlefields Foundation

        In 1996, Congress designated eight counties in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia as a National Heritage Area – the Shenandoah Valley Battlefields National Historic District – which preserves and interprets the region’s significant Civil War battlefields and related historic sites.

        Telephone: 540.740.4545
        Contact Email: info@svbf.net
        Sponsor Website: http://www.shenandoahatwar.org

        Virginia Piedmont Heritage Area Association
        Contact Person: Ian MacDougall
        Telephone: (540) 687-6681
        Contact Email: ian@piedmontheritage.org


        Shenandoah University McCormick Civil War Institute
        Contact Person: Jonathan Noyalas
        Telephone: 540-665-4501
        Contact Email: jnoyalas01@su.edu


        Kernstown Battlefield Association
        Contact Person: Charlie Hagan
        Telephone: (540) 533 9831
        Contact Email: NaturetrekR@gmail.com
        Sponsor Website: http://www.kernstownbattle.org

        The Society for Women and the Civil War
        Contact Email: SWCW1865@gmail.com
        Sponsor Website: https://www.swcw.org

        Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Park
        Telephone: 540-869-3051


        American Civil War Museum (ACWM)

        Virtual Event: During and after the Civil War, Confederate widows navigated the emotional and political act of mourning. Told through diaries, letters, scrapbooks, and published accounts, hear their largely unheard stories as some advocated for the Lost Cause, while others critiqued the Confederacy for the loss of their loved ones.



        Williamsburg Battlefield Association
        Contact Email: williamsburgbattlefield@gmail.com


        Central Virginia Battlefields Trust
        Telephone: (540) 374-0900
        Sponsor Website: https://www.cvbt.org

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