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Grant in peace. Chapter 1: Introductory-relations of the writer with General Grant. GeneraGeneral Grant. General Grant did his country quite as indispensable and efficient service during the years immediately aGeneral Grant did his country quite as indispensable and efficient service during the years immediately after the Civil War as in the field; a service often unknown to the world, or to more than a very fe
ortance to history, or to the understanding of Grant's character and influence.
I propose also to which have not hitherto been disclosed.
General Grant always knew that I contemplated writing hi during his lifetime.
My relations with General Grant began in May, 1863.
On the 5th of that mo d in that assault, and unable to report to General Grant in person until the following February.
I mpeachment of Johnson; the attempt to send General Grant out of the country; in the Presidential ca conduct which produced in me this idea of General Grant.
The following letter refers to my plan of writing General Grant's political history:
General Grant to General Badeau. Naples, D [2 more...]