Detached from La Follette's Weekly Magazine, February 13, 1909
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The widow of Confederate General Charles E. Pickett recalls encounters between Abraham Lincoln and General Pickett
LaSalle Corbell Pickett was a prolific author and lecturer, and the third wife of George E. Pickett, the Confederate general best known for his participation in the doomed frontal assault known as Pickett's Charge during the American Civil War (1861-1865). After her husband's death in 1875, she traveled the country to promote a highly romanticized version of his life and military career that was generally at odds with the historical record. -- from http://www.encyclopediavirginia.org
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