Originally published in 1933, Robert E. Lee: The Christian holds up the Confederate general as a man of such Christian character that the world had not seen since the days of John and Paul. Presented as a model in every respect, without a single fault ever attached to his name, this account presents him as a holy man who ever had just the right words to say. Moving chronologically through his life, unique little headings are used throughout each chapter, often showcasing a character quality, military instance of note, or a letter he sent. Black and white photographs included. 202 pages, softcover. Grades 9-Adult.
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