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Traveller: a

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most famous general

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Traveller, famous as General Robert E. Lee's horse, died in 1872,
two years after Lee.

Initially the horse was buried, but in response to numerous requests,
it was disinterred and the skeleton mounted and displayed at
Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia.

After more than 60 years on exhibit, on May 8, 1971, the
horse was reburied outside the Lee Chapel at the
University close to the Lee family crypt.

General Robert E. Lee & Traveler

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