Ulysses S. Grant has been mentioned or cited more than a hundred times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'The Historical Marker Database - New Entries' contains more than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Ulysses S. Grant was highly popular in January last year.
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[...] companies, they were more precise. Abraham Lincoln, a Waltham man We don’t know which watch Ulysses S. Grant wore, but we know he didn’t wear it long. In 1857, at age 35, when he was trying with [...]
[...] facts about the Wild West here. Manifest Destiny Facts 2: who rejected the idea? Most Whigs, Ulysses S. Grant and Abraham Lincoln were some the notable Americans who rejected the idea of manifest [...]
[...] president Hannibal Hamlin pulled on Johnson’s coattails to get him to stop talking. 7. At Ulysses S. Grant’s first inauguration, coat check workers couldn’t read the claim tickets, leading to a [...]
[...] over to drive. In 1868, Charlie registered to vote, he told friends so he could vote for Ulysses S. Grant. When Charlie Parkhurst died at the age of 67, the mortician that tended his body was in for [...]
[...] told WVOM. “It was Abraham Lincoln who freed the slaves, it was Rutherford B. Hayes and Ulysses S. Grant who fought against Jim Crow laws. A simple thank you would suffice.” Jim Crow laws didn’t [...]
[...] administering the leases for oil reserves in Wyoming and California. The administration of Ulysses S. Grant, meanwhile, was plagued by scandals in seven federal departments, ranging from gold [...]
[...] allies for the death of his wife. President Andrew Johnson did not accompany President-elect Ulysses S. Grant to the Capitol, nor did he attend the inaugural ceremonies. Instead, he remained at the [...]