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The Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant, Volume 2 (1885)

by Ulysses S. Grant

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In poor shape, physically. Prose is very readable - covering the time from just before the battle of Chattanooga until the end of the war. Mark Twain was a partner in the Webster Publishing Company, and rumor has it he helped Grant with the writing. Detailed look at the war from a unique viewpoint ( )
  MerryMary | Oct 11, 2007 |
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The reply (to my telegram of October 16, 1863, from Cairo, announcing my arrival at that point) came on the morning of the 17th, directing me to proceed immediately to the Galt House, Louisville, where I would meet an officer of the War Department with my instructions.
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