Ulysses Grant


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Noun1.Ulysses Grant - 18th President of the United StatesUlysses Grant - 18th President of the United States; commander of the Union armies in the American Civil War (1822-1885)
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The General Mining Act, signed into law by President Ulysses Grant, provides few environmental protections and allows hard-rock mining companies to remove billions of dollars of minerals from public lands without paying royalties needed to cover the $72 billion cost of cleaning up the nation's abandoned mine sites.
Using several jewelry pieces, the Newark Museum's Curator of Decorative Arts, Ulysses Grant Dietz, will show the differences and the similarities between the upper and lower reaches of splendor.
Aside from Grover Cleveland, the only serious third-term attempt in the 19th century was that of President Ulysses Grant in 1876.
THE TOPIC: William Tecumseh Sherman (1820-1891) was, along with Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses Grant, and Robert E.
This large print edition of a terrifically well written action/adventure western is the story of Arizona cowboy Jesse Glover who is charged with President Ulysses Grant to try and make peace between the white miners and soldiers of Fort Bowie and the Apaches led by Cochise and Geronimo.
When the US is threatened by psychotic Confederate Arliss Loveless, President Ulysses Grant unites the duo to bring the evil villain to justice.
Ulysses Grant on April 9 followed by President Lincoln's assassination on April 14.
Before turning to Grant alone, professor Smith began his speech to a conference of the Butcher History Institute with an insightful comparison of the qualities of Ulysses Grant and Dwight Eisenhower as both generals and presidents, offering as ell an explanation for their post-presidential fall and recent rise in their reputations.
In its original military context, as defined by General Ulysses Grant in the 1860's, strategy is: "the deployment of one's resources in a manner which is most likely to defeat the enemy.
After it became violent, it was destroyed by President Ulysses Grant in the early 1870s, only to rise again in 1915.
By experience, the best of those officers, from Ulysses Grant to Creighton Abrams, were forged and proven in war.
In the second half of the 19th century, presidents came largely from the middle classes and leaders such as Lincoln, Ulysses Grant (1869-1877) and Rutherford Hayes (1877-1881) had little net worth.