Lee's surrender to Grant at Appomattox was the most significant surrender of the war, but it wasn't the official end of the Civil War.
Charles De Arnaud was the most infamous government claimant of the Gilded Age.
George Adams skimmed a fortune of gold dust off Klondike miners' takings.
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