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Ulysses S. Grant married Julia Boggs Dent in 1848
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Ulysses S Grant (1822-1885) was the 18th president of the US and the commander of the Union army that won the Civil War. Grant was born in Point Pleasant , Ohio and grew up in Georgetown, Ohio where you can still visit his boyhood home. He graduated from the US Military Academy at West Point in 1843… and began an army career served in the Mexican . He married Julia Boggs Dent in 1848 soon after the war ended He quit the army in 1854 and took charge of his father-in-law's farm near St. Louis and later moved to Galena , Ill . to work in his father's leather business. After the Civil War began. he went back into the army and had a series of successes that resulted in promotions until eventually Grant was in command of the entire Union army and remained so until the war ended. After the war, there was little opposition to his nomination for President in 1968 and he went on to win two terms as president. His administration was marred by corruption in his cabinet. After he left office in 1877, he took a long world tour and retired to upstate New York where he died from cancer in 1885 soon after completing his memoirs. A simple man who was good at simplifying problems. He was suited to a long war of attrition, remarkably calm under fire, a good chooser of Generals, able to take hard decisions and stick to them. (For example, his decision to end prisoner-exchange led to unspeakable sufferings in the prison-camps, but it undoubtedly shortened the war.) In personal life, he was surprisingly modest and unassuming - when the crowd started cheering on his arrival in Washington, he didn't know who they were cheering at. He was also a devoted family man, who actually refused the invitation to that certain evening at the theatre with the Lincolns because he wanted to visit his son at college. As US President, he was undoubtedly out of his depth, though the disgraceful corruption in Washington was none of his doing. Bankrupt and dying, he desperately wrote his memoirs to give his family something to live on after he was dead. The book was a remarkable piece of work from a man who looked and sounded nothing like an author. (MORE)
He died at the age of 63 on July 23, 1885. He was put in a tomb in New York overlooking the Hudson River.
He was not very strong even though he was in the army. And he was too agreeable for his own good.
He is known for being a great military leader, our 18th President,and the man on the $50 dollar bill.
Grant was a tanners son and grew up working the same trade until he left home to go to the US Military Academy at West Point. After graduation, he received a commission as an officer in the army and did that for many years. After the Mexican War ended, the size of the army was cut back. Grant was se…nt to California, far from his wife and family and his army career was not advancing, so he quit and went to work running his father-in-laws farm near St. Louis. That career didn't really work out for him, so he began cutting lumber and tried various other business ventures, none of which was very successful. When the war started. he had moved to Galena , Illinois and was working for his brother and father in the leather business. He decided to return to the army and was taken back in as a "Volunteers Officer". After some success as a recruiter, he was given a command, won some battles and was promoted regularly . When the war ended, he was the commander of all union forces and was hailed as the general who won the war. He was made acting Secretary of the Army and soon was elected US President . (MORE)
When Hiram Ulysses Grant entered West Point he was enrolled under the name of Ulysses Simpson Grant. He had no desire to have his steamer trunk and other items marked with the initials HUG. He kept the name and later became known as unconditional surrender Grant or U S Grant.
His classmates at West point called him Sam and the name stuck. He would also become known as "Unconditional Surrender" Grant after the fall of Fort Donelson in February 1862. When the Confederate General Simon Bolivar Buckner asked for terms of surrender, Grant replied, "No terms except uncondition…al and immediate surrender... I propose to move immediately upon your works." Buckner surrendered the fort without further delay. (MORE)
He died from throat Cancer if you are talking about the 18th pres then that's the answer.
Grant got a degree at West Point. He learned to be an army officer.He was not noted as a student, but had an excellent command ofEnglish and taking notes.
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The significance of Ulysses S. Grant is that he was the commanderof the Union Army during the Civil War. He went on later to becomethe 18th President.
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He was mainly engaged in writing his Personal Memories also in order to restore his military reputation, which had been harmed by the criticisms and sectarian actions carried on by some former Confederates personalities and military leaders, the prominent of whom was Jubal A. Early. They started t…o attack Grant as general some 5 years after the end of Civil War, mainly concentrating their blames upon Grant's strategy and behaviour both as general and Commander in Chief during the Overland Campaign. The more or less hidden goal was to undermine Grant's military reputation and exalt that of R.E. Lee who, in their opinion would have been the winner of that campaign hadn't Grant had an enormous superiority in terms of men and materials. That discredit campaign was carried on for about 15 years. Grant didn't react but some of his friends and former colleagues did and the polemic spread out abroad in such a deceitful way that he felt that the measure was full to the brim. He didn't decide to personally intervene in a polemic way but writing down his memories based upon the real facts, as far as possible supported by documentary evidence and not by theories, opinions and half-thruths as mainly did by his former opponents. The Personal Memories were successful received by the public and undoubtedly restored his honour and his military reputation thanks also to the fine, calm and "neutral" prose that Grant made us of. The debates about that war and its prominent protagonists hasn't ceased yet. (MORE)
Julia Dent, distant cousin of James Longstreet, who was his room-mate at West Point. Longstreet is believed to have been Best Man at the wedding. Later, of course, he was a senior Confederate General, heavily criticised after the war for staying on speaking terms with Grant.
A simple character who was good at simplifying problems. A good judge of soldiers. Steady, unflappable, well-suited to a long war of attrition.
Ulysses S. Grant (born Hiram Ulysses Grant) (April 27, 1822 -- July23, 1885) was General-In-Chief of the Union Army of the UnitedStates from 1864 to 1869 during the United States Civil War and the18th President of the United States from 1869 to 1877.
Julia Dent, sister of one of his fellow-cadets at West Point. It was an exceptionally close marriage, surviving long periods of separation, and they had four children. The story goes that she could not get along with Mrs. Lincoln, and this is one version of why the Grants were not in the President…'s box at Ford's Theatre, as originally invited. John Wilkes Booth had been hoping to assassinate Lincoln and Grant at the same moment. (MORE)
he was the 18th president; and also a general for the confederates during the civil war.
Grant received his first commission in 1843, served in the Mexican War and resigned his commission in 1854. He returned to the army for the the Civil War and served from 1861 to 1869 when took office as President.
"Ulysses don't scare worth-a-damn!" went the saying. He was a man totally without nerves, quite happy to go on chatting or writing reports while shells exploded all round him. The only time he got nervous was in November-December 1864 when George Thomas refused to be rushed into launching the Battl…e of Nashville. Grant kept thinking that the Army of Tennessee would find its way into Virginia and come to the aid of Robert E. Lee, and ordered Thomas to attack at once. Thomas wasn't quite ready, and when he was, the temperature suddenly dropped below zero, covering the field with ice. While Grant was on his way to Nashville to fire Thomas for insubordination, the ice melted, and Thomas attacked at last - with spectacular success. (And he never got fired!) (MORE)
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Grant died from throat cancer, possibly brought on constant cigarsmoking and by the strain of a banking scandal, in which he wasinnocent, but was bankrupted as a non-executive Director of thebank. Union General and 20th President of the US (1869-1877), Ulysses S.Grant died of cancer. He died at the …age of 63 on July 23, 1885 inNew York. (MORE)
Commanding General of the Army 1864 to 1869. Afterwards 18th President of the USA 1869 - 1877
Like all US presidents , Grant was a native born US citizen , aka as an American.
There was a US commemorative 50-cent piece issued in 1933, in honor of Grant's 100th birthday. There is a current 1-dollar coin , part of the presidential series.
When Grant was a younger boy he was teased and was unable to defend himself; he asked his father for 25 dollars to buy the neighbors colt .45. His father being a good Yankee salesman taught him that he should haggle the price down to 15. Grant not quite understanding what his father was telling him …told the neighbor something along the lines of "Daddy says you'll give it to me for $15 if I tell you to". As far as I know that was his gun for the rest of his life. (MORE)
Ulysses s grant was an important person of the civil war. robert e. lee surrendered to him in all intends and purposes to end the civil war
He was the first president from Ohio and to have both of his parents alive when he became president but left office with the death of his father.
Grant got an elementary education and spent 2 years in private academies and was able to get an appointment to the US military academy at West Point where he graduated with a college degree. He had a superior education for his day.
President Grant was married for almost 37 years, from August 22, 1848 until his death on July 23, 1885.
Destroying the enemy in order to end the war. Before he was promoted General-in-Chief, his predecessor (Halleck) wasted much effort trying to occupy territory instead of destroying armies, and the two of them quarrelled bitterly over this.
Ulysses S. Grant was a Civil War hero, and the 18th president of the United States. Hope this helps :)
As a student he liked to read novels and was the President of a literary society in college. I think he read less fiction after he grew older.
He lead the union army to victory and it's because of him we have the term lobbying
Ulysses S. Grant loved to be a general ,and also as a kid dreamed of fighting in a war.He loved to do cores around his house.
Grant was born in Ohio and lived here with his parents until he went away to college to West Point , New York. After graduation from there he was in the army and went where they sent him. He met and married a woman who lived near St.Louis, Mo. After awhile he quit the army and lived with his wife on… a farm near St,,Louis. He then moved to Galena , Illinois where he was living when the Civil War broke out and he rejoined the army. (MORE)
He was in the service, posted out to the desert, where he missed his family so badly that he used to get drunk, and was possibly discharged for this reason.
His drinking was greatly exaggerated by his political enemies. However, late in his first stint of army life, when he was stationed in California, apart from his wife and children without much to do, there were periods of heavy drinking that were reported. I understand he kept his drinking under con…trol after he quit the army and moved back home to be with family. (MORE)
Stricken with cancer 10 years after his presidency, the former president spent his final days trying to reverse financial misfortunes by writing his memoirs. He finished them just before he died at the age of 63 on July 23, 1885. Grant's memoirs were published by Mark Twain.
Reports vary. Also he moved up to a position where he could arrange for some of these reports to be conveniently mislaid! We know that he began to drink heavily when he was posted to the desert, and sorely missed his family. He then quit the service - voluntarily or not, we still don't know. As a …General, he was seldom seen without a bottle and a cigar, but accusations of drunkenness on duty seem to have come from his boss, Henry Halleck, with whom he feuded badly. Halleck may have been peddling the 'Believable Lie' - the essence of good propaganda. Not many others of his colleagues suggested that he was incapable through drink. There is also disagreement over whether he had a strong head. Some said he could drink other people under the table ('hollow leg') Others said he got drunk rather easily. Sherman said candidly that he looked after Grant when he was drunk, and Grant looked after him when he was mad. A regular heavy drinker, certainly. That does not always mean an alcoholic. My guess is that an alcoholic would not have displayed the steadiness, efficiency, determination and persistence of Grant. (MORE)
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His biggest failure was to supervise the appalling mix-up at the Battle of the Crater (Petersburg) - the blame lying equally between him and George Meade, and definitely not poor old Burnside who got stuck with it. He is also judged to have underestimated the calibre of George Thomas 'Rock of Chi…ckamauga'. Grant said his most grievious error was the assaults made on Lee's formidable entrenchments at Cold Harbor, Virginia, in 1864. He lost nearly 2000 men killed in this battle, as opposed to Lee's 83 killed. (MORE)
Passage of the 15th Amendment Completion of the Trans Continental Railroad in Utah Grant placed an American Indian as the Commissioner of Indian Affairs He annexed Washington State against a claim by the British
A few old cronies who liked a drink and a smoke. Sherman was part of this group, and he became a trusted friend and colleague.
Sherman - who said "I looked out for him when he was drunk, and he looked out for me when I was mad."
Julia Boggs Dent married Ulysses Simpson Grant on August 22, 1848, when Grant was 26.
'Unconditional Surrender' was a phrase he originated after the surrender of Fort Donelson. The public liked the way it chimed with 'U.S.', and it became his nickname. Later, as President, he attracted a rather different nickname - 'Useless Ulysses'.
President Grant was married for almost 37 years, from August 22, 1848 until his death on July 23, 1885.
Ulysses S. Grant was on the side of the North, or the Union. He wasthe union counterpart of Robert E. Lee from the South. Before theCivil War, both Grant and Lee were in the US army.
Both of Grant's parents witnessed his presidency Grant couldn't stand the sight of blood Grant graduated from West Point Grant was a cigar lover Grant made a deal with Mark Twain Ulysses S. Grant is not his real name