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Ulysses S. Grant

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Home: 7400 Grant Road, St. Louis, MO (Ulysses S. Grant National Historic Site)

Visited: 5/23/00

Log Excerpt: "... over to Ulysses S. Grant NHS. Took a short walk to the Grant home (before the war); outside newly restored but inside still in work."


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Home: 309 Wood Street, Burlington, NJ (Private)

Visited: 6/2/12

Log Excerpt: "Onwards to Burlington and the Ulysses S. Grant home, which the President owned briefly at the end of the war and which is still a private residence."


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Gravesite: Temporary site, West 122nd Street and Riverside Drive, New York, NY

Visited: 1/27/17 (shown)

Log Excerpt: "We then continued over to Riverside Drive and north to Grant’s Tomb National Memorial. After a few photos, although we’ve been here before, we went around back looking for the spot of Grant’s first tomb, before the large memorial was constructed. We found the spot I had mapped out, but it only had a plaque commemorating a tree given by the Chinese in honor of Grant’s tomb. Not really thinking this was the right spot, we went to the (relatively new) VC and asked a Ranger. Sure enough, we had been at the right spot. We watched the end of the VC film that was running, then examined some photos the Ranger pointed out to us which showed the original tomb (now gone). So, we returned to the back of the current tomb, and photographed the little plaque and tree area marking the location of Grant’s first tomb."


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Gravesite: General Grant National Memorial, West 122nd Street and Riverside Drive, New York, NY

Visited: 10/27/96, 10/19/08 (shown), 1/27/17

Log Excerpt: "... and then Mom, Bill, Kim & Ken headed over to General Grant National Memorial! Knocked off a national park site and a ‘dead president’ (Grant’s grave) at the same time. Wandered around inside and took lots of pictures."