Ulysses Grant

(Ulysses Simpson Grant)

1822–1885
Civilization: American — Ohio
   Field of Renown:  military — General
Era:  Civil War

Commander and Chief of the Union forces in the Civil War, and President of the United States.

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Ulysses S. Grant  in  Four American Patriots  by  Alma Holman Burton
Surrender of Lee  in  America First—100 Stories from Our History  by  Lawton B. Evans
The Taking of Vicksburg  in  Story of the Great Republic  by  H. A. Guerber
Lee's Surrender  in  Story of the Great Republic  by  H. A. Guerber
Our Nation's One Hundredth Birthday  in  Story of the Great Republic  by  H. A. Guerber
Lincoln—Grant's Campaign  in  This Country of Ours  by  H. E. Marshall
Grant—A Peaceful Victory  in  This Country of Ours  by  H. E. Marshall
Grant  in  Boy's Book of Famous Soldiers  by  J. Walker McSpadden
Ulysses S. Grant  in  True Stories of Our Presidents  by  Charles Morris
Taking of Donelson  in  American History Stories, Volume IV  by  Mara L. Pratt
Siege of Vicksburg  in  American History Stories, Volume IV  by  Mara L. Pratt
On to Richmond!  in  American History Stories, Volume IV  by  Mara L. Pratt
Ulysses S. Grant  in  Builders of Our Country: Book II  by  Gertrude van Duyn Southworth


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Ulysses S. Grant
 in Four American Patriots

Ulysses S. Grant
 in A First Book in American History

Grant writes a telegram to Sherman
 in Story of the Great Republic

Ulysses S. Grant
 in Story of the Great Republic

Lincoln discussing the plan of campaign with General Grant
 in The Story of Abraham Lincoln
Ulysses Simpson Grant
Ulysses Simpson Grant
 in Back Matter

The Victory which brought Grant fame
 in True Stories of Our Presidents

Mrs. Grant visiting Grant at City Point
 in True Stories of Our Presidents

Ulysses S. Grant
 in True Stories of Our Presidents

Presidents of the United States from 1850 to 1877
 in True Stories of Our Presidents

...it appeared they were going to ambush me and take this turkey.'
 in Into Mexico with General Scott

Lieutenant Grant used this as a ladder
 in Into Mexico with General Scott

Ulysses S. Grant
 in Builders of Our Country: Book II

The Tomb of General Grant
 in Builders of Our Country: Book II