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and others of the South; and than Sheridan, Hooker, Buell, and other leaders of the Northern armies.
no soldier of like rank was more distinguished in the War with Mexico than Grant, then a lieutenant.
It is no small achievement for a subaltern to be brought into the lime-light
Grant in June, 1864—a summer day at City Point while great events were hanging in the ballance
Third from the left sits General Grant at his headquarters at City Point, on a high bluff at the junction of the James and the Appomattox rivers.
At this moment his reputation hangs in the balance.
In the three successive battles of the Wilderness, Spotsylvania, and Cold Harbor, he has lost 49,000 men, but the still-trusting North hurries fresh men and vast supplies to the front.
Always unassuming in appearance, General Grant had changed in this photograph to his summer garb.
The General's blouse, like the others, was of plain material, single-breasted, and had four regulation brass buttons in front.