Talk:Bennett Place

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The first day's discussion (April 17)[edit]

I added the date: "The first day's discussion (April 17)". 'Coincidentally', this is exactly four years after the day that Lincoln offered the command of the Federal Army to Robert E. Lee and 17/4/1861 was also the day that the State of Virginia seceeded from the Union. - Brad Watson, Miami 71.196.11.183 (talk) 15:19, 25 March 2012 (UTC)