Virginia 2002
August 2002 
- Page Eight

Among the agreed upon terms was that every soldier within General Lee's army would receive a printed pardon to take home with him to prove that he was an honorable soldier and had not deserted the army.

Two presses were set up in this building, the Clover Hill Tavern, and put into service, and in a few days all of the necessary pardons had been printed.


Here are the two presses, or at least replicas of them.

Here is a side view of the Court House itself, which did not actually see any activity at the time of the surrender.

The original courthouse burned in 1892 and this is a complete reconstruction.

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