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Personal memoirs of U.S. Grant

Author: Ulysses S Grant; E B Long
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Da Capo Press, [1982]
Series: Da Capo paperback.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Named Person: Ulysses S Grant
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ulysses S Grant; E B Long
ISBN: 0306801728 9780306801723
OCLC Number: 8533294
Notes: Reprint. Previously published: Cleveland : World Pub. Co., 1952.
Includes index.
Description: xxv, 608 p., [11] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.
Contents: Preface --
Introduction --
Ancestry --
West Point --
Army life --
Corpus Christi --
Trip to Austin --
Advance of the army --
The Mexican War --
Advance on Monterey --
Political intrigue --
March to Jalapa --
Advance on the city of Mexico --
Promotion to First Lieutenant --
Treaty of peace --
Return of the army --
San Francisco --
Resignation --
Outbreak of the rebellion --
Appointed Colonel of the 21st Illinois --
Commissioned Brigadier-General --
General Fremont in command --
General Halleck in command --
Investment of Fort Donelson --
Promoted Major-General of volunteers --
The army at Pittsburg landing --
Struck by a bullet --
Halleck assumes command in the field --
Headquarters moved to Memphis --
Advance of Van Dorn and Price --
Van Dorn's movements --
The campaign against Vicksburg --
Headquarters moved to Holly Springs --
The bayous west of the Mississippi --
Attack on Grand Gulf --
Capture of Port Gibson --
Movement against Jackson --
Battle of Black River Bridge --
Siege of Vicksburg --
Johnston's movements --
Retrospect of the campaign --
First meeting with Secretary Stanton --
Assuming the command at Chattanooga --
Condition of the army --
Preparations for battle --
Battle at Chattanooga --
The relief of Knoxville --
Operations in Mississippi --
The military situation --
Commencement of the grand campaign --
Sherman's campaign in Georgia --
Grand movement of the army of the Potomac --
After the battle --
Battle of Spottsylvania --
Hancock's assault --
Movement by the left flank --
Advance on Cold Harbor --
Left flank movement across the Chickahominy and James --
Raid on the Virginia central railroad --
Sheridan's advance --
The campaign in Georgia --
The battle of Franklin --
Expedition against Fort Fisher --
Sherman's march north --
Arrival of the peace commissioners --
Interview with Sheridan --
The capture of Petersburg --
Battle of Sailor's creek --
Negotiations at Appomattox --
Morale of the two armies --
Sherman and Johnston The end of the war.
Series Title: Da Capo paperback.
Responsibility: edited with notes by E.B. Long ; new introduction by William S. McFeely.
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