"Ending of the Civil War"
QUAN,IMONTRA, MALACHI, THOMAS,QUIN
Despite a final desperate attempt to escape, Lee's army was trapped. General Lee surrendered his remaining troops to General Grant at the Mclean house on the afternoon of April, this was the ending of the civil war
CITIZENS REACTION TO THE BATTLE
The citizens of the south were devastated claiming that Lincoln was taunting them and making them feel bad. The northers were happy they walked away with the victory claiming that abraham was a great president
GENERALS IN THE BATTLE
General Lee was the General for the south. he surrendered his army to General Grant because of the troops that he acquired were more than General Lee's. Grant cornered Lee's army and there were 500 casualties 700 in total including the 200 casualties from the north.