|Bennett Place State Historic Site|
The Bennett Place was the family farm of James and Nancy Bennett, who lived in the countryside near what was then Durham Station. The station, of course, is now the City of Durham and the entire area is part of the Raleigh-Durham metropolitan area.
|1865 Sketch of the Surrender Talks|
|Reconstructed Surrender Scene|
The meeting at the Bennett House led to the surrender of the famed Army of Tennessee, not just once, but twice. To learn more about the surrender and the Bennett Place State Historic Site, please visit www.exploresouthernhistory.com/bennettplace.