Ulysses S. Grant

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Daily Herald
Galena to dedicate garden to friend of Lincoln's, Grant's. Washburne was a U.S. congressman and served briefly as secretary of state for
Daily Herald / Posted 14 hours ago
. Washburne was a U.S. congressman and served briefly as secretary of state for another Galena resident, President Ulysses S. Grant . Costumed Washburne and Abraham Lincoln interpreters will be on hand. Washburne Garden is next to the... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Youngstown news, Obituaries, Tributes, RALPH B. CHUEY, Youngstown, OhioCivil War buff and spent his most enjoyable hours dressing in costume and teach
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 16 hours ago
Civil War buff and spent his most enjoyable hours dressing in costume and teaching others about the Civil War, particularly Ulysses S. Grant. He especially enjoyed taking part in the school tours at the Girard Historical Society Barnhisel House... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Fabulous stories surround the Hermit of Pat's Holewith their son, Fray. He told Fray that during the Civil War, he accidentally
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 3 days ago
with their son, Fray. He told Fray that during the Civil War, he accidentally shot a bullet through the hat of Gen. Ulysses S. Grant. When Lynch rushed to apologize, “The General’s only reply was, ‘Return to your duty, watchman, and be more... Read more
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Sedalia Democrat
Outdoor recreation is an economic powerhouseThe battle for control over the usage of federally owned public land began almo
Sedalia Democrat / Posted 5 days ago
The battle for control over the usage of federally owned public land began almost immediately after President Ulysses S. Grant signed the legislation that established Yellowstone National Park. Despite the fact that additional legislation in the... Read more
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FOX News
Millions needed to restore historic bridge connecting Washington D.C. to Virginiais estimated to cost $250 million. The bridge’s construction was first propose
FOX News / Posted 7 days ago
is estimated to cost $250 million. The bridge’s construction was first proposed by congress in 1886 as a memorial to Ulysses S. Grant. Construction wasn’t completed until 1932 primarily because of southern objections to a Grant Memorial in... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
This Day in History: The Rolling Stones Debutof pop-culture icons and the Army Medal of Honor. Senator of Massachusetts Hen
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 7 days ago
of pop-culture icons and the Army Medal of Honor. Senator of Massachusetts Henry Wilson - future Vice President under Ulysses S. Grant - introduced a resolution to create an Army Medal of Honor on February 15, 1962. That resolution was passed... Read more
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The Washington Times
TRAVEL: Congress Hall in Cape May, New Jersey, has hosted five presidentsrenovation, including new suites named for former chief executive guests Harris
The Washington Times / Posted 8 days ago
renovation, including new suites named for former chief executive guests Harrison, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan, Ulysses S. Grant and Chester Arthur, The Washington Times spent some time at Congress Hall to peer backwards into the history... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Letters to the Editor emancipation. Slavery was quite common and legal in 1776 America. A total of 1
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
emancipation. Slavery was quite common and legal in 1776 America. A total of 12 U.S. presidents owned slaves. Amazingly, Ulysses S. Grant was the last president to have owned a slave. JOHN COWDER DUNMORE Backbone needed Editor: Granted, some... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
News QuizDon Boyle, a collector of historical items, recently acquired a formal letter,
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
Don Boyle, a collector of historical items, recently acquired a formal letter, complete with envelope, written by ... A. Ulysses S. Grant. B. Donald Trump. C. Al Capone. D. George Washington. 4. True or false? A 17-year-old girl admitted in... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
YOUR OPINIONemancipation. Slavery was quite common and legal in 1776 America. A total of 1
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
emancipation. Slavery was quite common and legal in 1776 America. A total of 12 U.S. presidents owned slaves. Amazingly, Ulysses S. Grant was the last president to have owned a slave. JOHN COWDER DUNMORE Backbone needed Editor: Granted, some... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
News - The Times-TribuneDon Boyle, a collector of historical items, recently acquired a formal letter,
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
Don Boyle, a collector of historical items, recently acquired a formal letter, complete with envelope, written by ... A. Ulysses S. Grant. B. Donald Trump. C. Al Capone. D. George Washington. 4. True or false? A 17-year-old girl admitted in... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The Ku Klux Klan was dead. The first Hollywood blockbuster revived it.In 1915, more than 40 years after President Ulysses S. Grant annihilated the Ku
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 11 days ago
In 1915, more than 40 years after President Ulysses S. Grant annihilated the Ku Klux Klan, a group of white men in white bedsheets paraded down Peachtree Street in Atlanta to attend a movie premiere, firing rifles into the air. Their leader: William... Read more
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WJTV Jackson
Mississippi State University to get large Lincoln collectiondedication. Williams says the collection can “do the most good in a southern i
WJTV Jackson / Posted 16 days ago
dedication. Williams says the collection can “do the most good in a southern institution.” Williams is president of the Ulysses S. Grant Association and led negotiations to move Grant’s papers from Southern Illinois University to Mississippi... Read more
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OregonLive.com
David Sarasohn: A holiday begun by angry Americans and political fireworksthe Mississippi explodes out of Fort Vancouver, a fort in operation since 1825,
OregonLive.com / Posted 16 days ago
the Mississippi explodes out of Fort Vancouver, a fort in operation since 1825, or long before televised Senate hearings. Ulysses S. Grant was once stationed there, although he probably didn't have a holiday cook-out. So Oregon has reason to... Read more
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The Star
The ‘Spirit of ‘76’ in Port St. Joenotice a sole man who came to view the work in private. The man, who had stood
The Star / Posted 21 days ago
notice a sole man who came to view the work in private. The man, who had stood for some time gazing at the work, was Ulysses S. Grant, the President of the United States and famed Civil War general. A real find Stevens spent the weekend... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Loran Smith: Former UGA letter winners get a visit to the White Housesay Andrew Johnson invited a couple of amateur teams to the White House as far
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 21 days ago
say Andrew Johnson invited a couple of amateur teams to the White House as far back as 1865. In 1869, President Ulysses S. Grant welcomed baseball’s first professional team—the Cincinnati Red Stockings. Researchers also say the first... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Loran Smith: Former UGA letter winners get a visit to the White Housesay Andrew Johnson invited a couple of amateur teams to the White House as far
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 21 days ago
say Andrew Johnson invited a couple of amateur teams to the White House as far back as 1865. In 1869, President Ulysses S. Grant welcomed baseball’s first professional team—the Cincinnati Red Stockings. Researchers also say the first... Read more
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The Commercial Dispatch
Lincoln collection lands at MSUAbe Lincoln." Showcasing history The Frank and Virginia Williams Collection o
The Commercial Dispatch / Posted 28 days ago
Abe Lincoln." Showcasing history The Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana will be housed along with the Ulysses S. Grant collection on the fourth floor of Mitchell Memorial Library. The floor is part of the $10 million expansion... Read more
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The Washington Times
Donald Trump entrusted his generals with national securitywrongly skeptical of, totally surprised and utterly delighted with Sherman’s vi
The Washington Times / Posted 28 days ago
wrongly skeptical of, totally surprised and utterly delighted with Sherman’s victories. He then left it to Sherman and Gen. Ulysses S. Grant to plan the final campaign of the war. Had Sherman lost his army in the wilds of Georgia, no doubt Lincoln... Read more
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The Natchez Democrat
New collection makes Mississippi State one of nation’s leading Civil War research sitesLincoln, will donate his collection, amassed over the past 50 years, to the uni
The Natchez Democrat / Posted 28 days ago
Lincoln, will donate his collection, amassed over the past 50 years, to the university. He was also key in relocating the Ulysses S. Grant Association and its archives to Mississippi State nine years ago. The Lincoln collection — valued at nearly... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Mississippi State gets Lincoln, Civil War collectionLincoln, will donate his collection, amassed over the past 50 years, to the uni
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 29 days ago
Lincoln, will donate his collection, amassed over the past 50 years, to the university. He was also key in relocating the Ulysses S. Grant Association and its archives to Mississippi State nine years ago. The Lincoln collection - valued at nearly... Read more
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The Washington Times
Justice Department’s founding was complicatedin resolving legal problems. And by 1870, in the heat of Reconstruction of the
The Washington Times / Posted 29 days ago
in resolving legal problems. And by 1870, in the heat of Reconstruction of the South after the Civil War, President Ulysses S. Grant led efforts to deal with rising crime, especially in the form of the Ku Klux Klan. The final legislation... Read more
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New York Post
Where to find the Jersey Shore’s sun and fun (without the sleaze)destination for the region’s hoi polloi in centuries past, with visitors includ
New York Post / Posted 30 days ago
destination for the region’s hoi polloi in centuries past, with visitors including a handful of US presidents. (Think Ulysses S. Grant and Chester A. Arthur; James Garfield traveled to Long Branch in 1881 in hopes that the quiet atmosphere and... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Woodruff Place residents want park to replace nearby prisontime anybody asked the residents on Indianapolis’ east side their thoughts abou
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted 30 days ago
time anybody asked the residents on Indianapolis’ east side their thoughts about locating a prison in their neighborhood, Ulysses S. Grant was president. Since 1873, the 15 acres at New York and Randolph streets have been home to a state prison.... Read more
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The Morning Call
June 19, 2017Brian Withrow of Stafford, Virginia (third from left) portrays General Ulysses
The Morning Call / Posted a month ago
Brian Withrow of Stafford, Virginia (third from left) portrays General Ulysses S. Grant as he joins fellow re-enactors (from left) Chris Gingerich of Wrightsville, Pete Peters of Whitehall,Timon Linn of Gettysburg, Gary C. of Washington, D.C., and... Read more
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SaukValley.com
A monument to courage shines brighter in Mount CarrollBob Buman, a re-enactor portraying Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, makes a closing state
SaukValley.com / Posted a month ago
Bob Buman, a re-enactor portraying Gen. Ulysses S. Grant, makes a closing statement Saturday during the rededication of the Civil War monument in downtown Mount Carroll. The monument, on the northeast corner of the courthouse square at North Clay and... Read more
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The Washington Times
Newt Gingrich dismisses the ‘Russian baloney’and congressional investigations have been a standard part of the political pro
The Washington Times / Posted a month ago
and congressional investigations have been a standard part of the political process for more than a century. In the 1870s, Ulysses S. Grant [and] the Whiskey Ring scandal; more recently, there has been Richard Nixon and Watergate; Ronald Reagan and... Read more

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