The Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant

Author: U.S. Grant
Read By: Andrew Julow
Sponsored By: ejunto

Book Description:
Although dying of throat cancer Grant refused to stop writing the memoirs that would restore his families lost fortune. He died just weeks after completion leaving behind one of the greatest first hand accounts of the American Civil War.

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Chapter 2: Part 125:5915.6MB Download
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Chapter 3: Part 125:1315.1MB Download
Chapter 3: Part 219:4911.9MB Download
Chapter 4: Part 126:0315.6MB Download
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Chapter 9: Part 126:2415.8MB Download
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Chapter 9: Part 327:4116.6MB Download
Chapter 10: Part 127:3826.5MB Download
Chapter 10: Part 216:4916.2MB Download
Chapter 10: Part 322:5213.7MB Download
Chapter 11: Part 121:4913.1MB Download
Chapter 11: Part 227:1026.1MB Download
Chapter 11: Part 323:5022.9MB Download
Chapter 12: Part 125:1915.2MB Download
Chapter 12: Part 221:5913.2MB Download


Name:
U.S. Grant

Lived:
1822-1885

Birthplace:
Point Pleasant, Ohio

Fact:
Grant was the 18th President of the United States.

Quote:
" Although a soldier by profession, I have never felt any sort of fondness for war, and I have never advocated it, except as a means of peace. "

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