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Relive the incredible true-life story of U.S. Grant, who rose through the ranks as a soldier to become one of the Civil War's most influential generals, and the 18th President of the United States. Born in 1822, Ulysses S. Grant gained national fame as The Commanding General of the U.S. Army whose brilliant tactics helped to end the bloody Civil War. After the war, he serve Relive the incredible true-life story of U.S. Grant, who rose through the ranks as a soldier to become one of the Civil War's most influential generals, and the 18th President of the United States. Born in 1822, Ulysses S. Grant gained national fame as The Commanding General of the U.S. Army whose brilliant tactics helped to end the bloody Civil War. After the war, he served as the 18th President of the United States during a period of change, turmoil, and regrowth. Prior to his death in 1885, Grant documented his experiences in a detailed and candid style that tells the remarkable story of an American patriot and military tactical genius. Volume 1 in this two-volume Special Edition set starts with his ancestry and boyhood life in Ohio, continuing to his West Point experiences and distinguished service in the Mexican War. He recounts his private life in the years between the Mexican War to the outbreak of the Civil War, where he started his career in the rebellion as Colonel of the 21st Illinois.Grant candidly writes about the early years of the Civil War, his relationships with soldiers and fellow commanders, and battles such as Pittsburg Landing, Black River Bridge, and Vicksburg. The Illustrated Special Edition from the CGR Publishing restoration workshop features full-size 7" x 10" pages with the original, classic type font and page layouts as well as digitally re-scanned images and a modern retro-inspired cover designed to lighten even the most sophisticated reading room. Table of Contents: Chapter 1: Ancestry, Boyhood Chapter 2: West Point Chapter 3: Army Life, Causes of the Mexican War Chapter 4: Corpus Christi, Mexican Smuggling Chapter 5: Promotion to Second Lieutenant Chapter 6: Advance, The Rio Grande Chapter 7: The Mexican War, Battle of Palo Alto Chapter 8: The Battle of Monterey Chapter 9: Political Intrigue Chapter 10: Battle of Cerro Gordo Chapter 11: Advance on the City of Mexico Chapter 12: Promotion to First Lieutenant, Capture of the City of Mexico Chapter 13: Treaty of Peace Chapter 14: Return to the Army, Marriage Chapter 15: Flush Times in California Chapter 16: Private Life, The Coming Crisis Chapter 17: Outbreak of the Rebellion More...


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Relive the incredible true-life story of U.S. Grant, who rose through the ranks as a soldier to become one of the Civil War's most influential generals, and the 18th President of the United States. Born in 1822, Ulysses S. Grant gained national fame as The Commanding General of the U.S. Army whose brilliant tactics helped to end the bloody Civil War. After the war, he serve Relive the incredible true-life story of U.S. Grant, who rose through the ranks as a soldier to become one of the Civil War's most influential generals, and the 18th President of the United States. Born in 1822, Ulysses S. Grant gained national fame as The Commanding General of the U.S. Army whose brilliant tactics helped to end the bloody Civil War. After the war, he served as the 18th President of the United States during a period of change, turmoil, and regrowth. Prior to his death in 1885, Grant documented his experiences in a detailed and candid style that tells the remarkable story of an American patriot and military tactical genius. Volume 1 in this two-volume Special Edition set starts with his ancestry and boyhood life in Ohio, continuing to his West Point experiences and distinguished service in the Mexican War. He recounts his private life in the years between the Mexican War to the outbreak of the Civil War, where he started his career in the rebellion as Colonel of the 21st Illinois.Grant candidly writes about the early years of the Civil War, his relationships with soldiers and fellow commanders, and battles such as Pittsburg Landing, Black River Bridge, and Vicksburg. The Illustrated Special Edition from the CGR Publishing restoration workshop features full-size 7" x 10" pages with the original, classic type font and page layouts as well as digitally re-scanned images and a modern retro-inspired cover designed to lighten even the most sophisticated reading room. Table of Contents: Chapter 1: Ancestry, Boyhood Chapter 2: West Point Chapter 3: Army Life, Causes of the Mexican War Chapter 4: Corpus Christi, Mexican Smuggling Chapter 5: Promotion to Second Lieutenant Chapter 6: Advance, The Rio Grande Chapter 7: The Mexican War, Battle of Palo Alto Chapter 8: The Battle of Monterey Chapter 9: Political Intrigue Chapter 10: Battle of Cerro Gordo Chapter 11: Advance on the City of Mexico Chapter 12: Promotion to First Lieutenant, Capture of the City of Mexico Chapter 13: Treaty of Peace Chapter 14: Return to the Army, Marriage Chapter 15: Flush Times in California Chapter 16: Private Life, The Coming Crisis Chapter 17: Outbreak of the Rebellion More...

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