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Ten minutes with General Grant, June 2, 186.
As the General-in-Chief o tree, two extraordinary things are happening: Grant is arriving at the tremendous decision to fighresult is a veritable moving picture series of Grant in the field — an opportunity without a parallictures reveal was as near a council of war as Grant ever came.
Ten minutes with General Grant 1864--the first scene
Ten minutes with General Grant, June 2, 1864--the second scene
Ten minu an actor in these three scenes as a member of Grant's staff, that so many participants in the histral Porter himself sits reading a newspaper on Grant's right, and on his left is General Rawlins, hf of staff, next to Colonel Ely S. Parker. General Grant impassively listens to the report that Col
The rest of the group center their looks upon Grant.
Soldiers from the Third Division of the Fift assault at Cold Harbor was ever made.--General U. S. Grant in his Memoirs.
According to Grant'