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Daniel Hennelly

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We will never know what Lee would think about the hotels and motels named in his honor. During the Civil War, he stayed in a tent with his troops, declining more comfortable lodgings. Even when he fell ill in March 1863, he reluctantly left his tent on doctor’s orders to recuperate in a house, but he remained close to where his troops were bivouacked.

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