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Armistead Lindsay Long

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  1. a Brigadier General for the Confederate States of America, and later wrote the 1886 book Memoirs of Robert E. Lee

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  2. born on September 13, 1827, Campbell County, Virginia

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  3. After the war, he served as a civil engineer and following the death of Robert E. Lee, he wrote Memoirs of Robert E. Lee though totally blind

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  4. died on April 29, 1891, Charlottesville, Virginia

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  5. Born to Armistead Long and Calista Rosser Cralle, Long was an 1850 graduate of West Point Military Academy

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