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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Whether George Washington's harmonizing of military operations and coalition relations to gain Colonial independence, Abraham Lincoln and Ulysses Grant's complementary efforts to defeat the Confederacy's will and ability to resist, or the triumvirate of Franklin Roosevelt, George Marshall and Ernest King administering a global war, Americans have long known how to match ways, means, and ends.
The remains of Ulysses Grant, James Garfield, William McKinley, Warren Harding and Franklin Roosevelt also took their final journeys by rail.
Since Kern left his post the museum has been led by Interim Co-Directors Deborah Kasindorf and Ulysses Grant Dietz.
It's museum has George Washington's pistols and Napoleon's sword and great military figures learned their craft here, such as Civil War generals Ulysses Grant and Robert E Lee, right up to World War Two heroes Dwight D Eisenhower and Omar Bradley.
Ulysses Grant at the Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia 77 years ago.
New York City restaurants like Delmonico's rallied behind the cause and sent four steamers' worth of victuals down to General Ulysses Grant's men in Virginia: hams, peaches, turkeys, cakes--and cranberry sauce.
This might have been the happy ending for Ulysses Grant. Instead the political vacuum created by Lincoln's murder the week after Appomattox sucked Grant in.
The hotel lobby was used by President Ulysses Grant, during his administration in 1869-77, to meet with political advocates seeking access to Grant, and the word "lobby" came into more widespread use after that.
Grant's Postpresidential Diplomacy is a scholarly analysis of the travels and influence of Ulysses Grant, the famous Civil War general and eighteenth President of the United States, after the end of his presidency.
Names such as George Washington, Ulysses Grant, William Tecumseh Sherman, Andrew Jackson and more inevitably percolate to the surface.
Aside from Grover Cleveland, the only serious third-term attempt in the 19th century was that of President Ulysses Grant in 1876.