This small cabin was where Gen US Grant lived during the 10-month siege of Petersburg. It had two rooms, one of which was a bedroom while the other was where he received visitors. After the war, the cabin was put on display at the 1896 World’s Fair in Chicago, later taken down and put into storage. What stands here today is largely a replica, as parts of the original cabin were lost.
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