Robert E. Lee Bust

$29.95

Robert E. Lee -(1807-1870) Confederate general, born in Stratford, VA. He trained at West Point, and in the Mexican War became chief engineer of the central army in Mexico (1846). In 1861 he was made commander-in-chief of the Virginia forces. He was in charge of the defenses at Richmond, and defeated Federal forces in the Seven Days’ Battles (1862). His strategy and other achievements are central to the history of the war. In 1865, he surrendered his army to General Grant at Appomattox Courthouse. After the war, he became President of Washington College at Lexington. The son of a Revolutionary War hero, Robert E. Lee was a model cadet.
White, made of polystone and bronze made with polyresin, this is a durable, long-lasting bust. Let it stand out on your desktop, workspace, or bookcase not only to add elegance but also to inspire hard work and determination.

Description

White, made of polystone and bronze made with polyresin, this is a durable, long-lasting bust. Let it stand out on your desktop, workspace, or bookcase not only to add elegance but also to inspire hard work and learning.

Additional information

Dimensions 3.5 × 3 × 6 in