Appomattox Surrender Agreement
Printing machines were installed to print the slogans and the formal handover of the weapons took place on 12 April. For those who stayed with Lee until the end, the war was over. It was time for her to go home. Lee left Appomattox and went to Richmond to join his wife. The city of Mobile, Alabama, was born in mid-April, after Union victories in two fortresses that protected the city, Union forces. This, along with the news of Johnston`s surrender negotiations with Sherman, led Taylor to seek a meeting with his Union colleague, General Edward R.S. Canby. The two generals met on May 2, several miles north of Mobile. After agreeing to a 48-hour break, the generals enjoyed an outdoor lunch, with meals, drinks and lively music. Canby offered Taylor the same terms as those agreed upon between Lee and Grant.
Taylor agreed to the conditions and relinquished his command on May 4 in Citronelle, Alabama. Shortly after entering the village, the two Confederates passed by a houseower, Wilmer McLean, who showed them an undedated and somewhat dilapidated house. After being told it was not for such an important occasion, he offered his own house to the transfer meeting. After seeing the house, they took a message from Lee and sent him back. April without Lee`s capitulation and the assassination of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln on April 14, General James H. Wilsons continued his march through Alabama in Georgia. April took place the Battle of Columbus, Georgia. This battle was wrongly described as “the last battle of the civil war,” and equally misrepresented as “widely regarded” as such.    Columbus fell on April 16 at midnight at Wilson`s Raiders, and most of its production capacity was completed on April 17.
Confederate Colonel John Stith Pemberton, the inventor of Coca-Cola, was wounded in this battle that led to his obsession with painkillers and ended in the recipe for his famous drink. This event triggered a series of subsequent surrenders in the South, North Carolina, Alabama and finally in Shreveport, Louisiana, for the Trans-Mississippi Theatre in the West until June, marking the end of the four-year war. Early in 1865 Jones was transferred to Tallahassee shortly after the fall of Savannah to Sherman and union forces in December 1864. That`s where Jones was headquartered in the Florida District. On 10 May, in Tallahassee, he handed over about 8,000 soldiers to Brigadier General Edward M.