4 edition of armies of U.S. Grant found in the catalog.
armies of U.S. Grant
James R. Arnold
Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-280) and index.
|Statement||James R. Arnold.|
|LC Classifications||E491 .A76 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||95188002|
memoirs of general u. s. grant, complete. format choice; personal memoirs of u. s. grant. preface. contents. volume i. volume ii. maps and illustrations. Ulysses S. Grant had his memoirs published on entitled Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant (vols. I & II). Except for the first few chapters of volume I, before he graduated from West Point and a couple more when he resigned his commission and took up employment in private life, the book serves more as a tactical description of his part in either the War with Mexico or the Civil War/5.
The following December Frederick inscribed this pre-publication copy of his father’s Memoirs seven days before “the first volume of the book was published on Decem ” to Oliver Corse Hoyt, a prominent New York merchant and financier who served as a Presidential Elector in Grant’s re-election, casting “his vote for Grant. Twain famously compared Grant's Personal Memoirs to Caesar's De Bello Gallico, to stress not only the quality of the work, but more importantly to increase book comparison makes sense superficially: both memoirs were written by the leading generals of the day in a concise economy of style; both men were instrumental in cementing their respective nations' transformation from republic /5.
Grant was an engaging writer, and the report is a very interesting read. The report was published as a book, 44 pages, by the Government Printing Office in Washington in late , under the title “Report of Lieutenant General U. S. Grant, of the Armies of the United States, ’”. The papers of Ulysses S. Grant (), army officer and eighteenth president of the United States, contain approximat items dating from , with the bulk falling in the period They include general and family correspondence, speeches, writings, reports, messages, military records, financial and legal records, newspaper clippings, scrapbooks, memorabilia, and.
The Armies of U.S. Grant Paperback – August 1, by James R. Arnold (Author)/5(5). The Armies of U.S. Grant Hardcover – August 1, by James R. Arnold (Author)/5(5). Ulysses S. Grant () was the 18th president of the United States, but he is best known today as General Grant, commander of the Union armies that defeated the armies of the Confederacy, bringing an end to the Civil War and preserving the Union/5().
The extraordinary autobiography by U.S. Grant brings a first hand focus to the Civil War. The detail on the battles he fought and commanded are vivid and in his own words. I expect a true history major would digest each word and battle; I admit I moved past some of /5(22).
Grant, Ulysses S. (Ulysses Simpson), Report of Lieutenant-General U.S. Grant, of the armies of the United States - ' (New York, D. Appleton and company, ), also by United States Army (page images at HathiTrust). Ulysses S. Grant was entrusted with the command of all U.S.
armies in and relentlessly pursued the enemy during the Civil War. Inat Grant became the youngest president in U.S Born: U.S. Grant: American Hero, American Myth by Joan Waugh Waugh asks the important question, “Why did Grant’s star shine so brightly for Americans.
Follow the development of Ulysses S. Grant, from an underachiever who dropped out of West Point to the supreme commander of the Union armies in the Civil War, and witness the evolution of his Army of the Tennessee from an inept volunteer militia into an aggressive, veteran, mobile-striking force/5.
The focus of the book is Grant's military career—his service in the Mexican–American War and the Civil War. Grant's writing has been praised for its armies of U.S. Grant book and clarity—a sharp contrast from contemporary Civil War memoirs, which tended to reflect the Victorian fondness for elaborate : Ulysses S.
Grant. Ulysses S. Grant achieved two major Union victories early in the war. He later became commander of all Union forces after seizing Vicksburg, Mississippi. Grant ordered Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman to take Atlanta in the South while he personally marched on the Confederate army in.
Ulysses S. Grant (born Hiram Ulysses Grant; Ap – J ) was the 18th president of the United States (–) following his success as military commander in the American Civil Grant, the Union Army defeated the Confederate military, secession and the war, which ended with the surrender of Robert E.
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The personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant Volume 1 is very much an insightful look at Grant 's rise to prominence. His ability to strategize despite how unorthodox it may have been during the war and his enduring loyalty to the Union are immense factors to his meteoric rise in the army/5.
The Armies of U.S. Grant by James R. Arnold, Arms and Armour, London, distributed by Sterling, New York, pages, $ Arnold traces Ulysses S. Grant’s lineage of Civil War commands from colonel of the 21st Illinois Infantry through general in chief of the Union : Historynet Staff.
The armies of U.S. Grant. [James R Arnold] -- "A story of the development of a great fighting force, the Army of the Tennessee, and the story of how the commander of that army adapts to an entirely different army and a wholly new style of war.
Joan Waugh's thoughtful new book "U.S. Grant: American Hero, American Myth" () uses this now-famous question to explore the changing nature over time of American attitudes towards Ulysses S. Grant ( ). (The answer "U.S. Grant" to the question, in fact is only half correct.
Grant's wife, Julia, is buried with him.)4/5. Grant had finally found an arena where he could shine: the battlefield. In Marcha grateful Abraham Lincoln appointed Grant commander of all the U.S.
armies, with the rank of lieutenant : American Experience. Ulysses S. Grant - Ulysses S. Grant - Command over Union armies: Grant was appointed lieutenant general in March and was entrusted with command of all the U.S. armies. His basic plan for the campaign was to immobilize the army of Gen.
Robert E. Lee near the Confederate capital at Richmond, Virginia, while Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman led the western Union army southward. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Personal Memoirs of U.
Grant, Complete by Ulysses S. Grant This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no 68 MORALE OF THE TWO ARMIES 69 SHERMAN AND JOHNSTON 70 THE END OF THE WAR REPORT OF LIEUTENANT-GENERAL GRANT, File Size: 2MB. The Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant. This is the best presidential memoir written, once earning praise from no less than Mark Twain Grant wrote in a clear and logical style, much as he issued orders, which brings the day-to-day challenges and tremors of war to his readership with never a suggestion of : Harvard.
Completed just days before his death and hailed by Mark Twain as "the most remarkable work of its kind since the Commentaries of Julius Caesar," this is the now-legendary autobiography of ULYSSES SIMPSON GRANT (), 18th president of the United States and the Union general who led the North to victory in the Civil War.
Though Grant opens with tales of his boyhood, his education at West.The Armies of U.S. Grant by James R. Arnold. List Price: $; ISBN ; ISBN ; Edition: N/A; Type: Hardcover; Publisher: Arms & Armour; About The Book. Follow the development of Ulysses S. Grant, from an underachiever who dropped out of West Point to the supreme commander of the Union armies in the.The armies of U.S.
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