General Robert E. Lee is best known for being the commanding general of the army of the Confederate States of America during the American Civil War. Prior to the Civil War, Lee lived on a lovely plantation across the Potomac River from Washington, DC. But he never returned home to his property at the end of the war. Discover what happened that caused Lee not to return home as well as what he did and where he lived from the end of the Civil War to his death in 1870 in this 29 slide PowerPoint presentation with original author’s photographs and rich, informational text. Traveller was Lee’s beloved horse throughout the Civil War and after the war ended. This presentation will also tell you the bizarre story of what happened to Traveller.