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Abbott graduated at Bowdoin College in , prepared for the ministry at Andover Theological Seminary, and between and , when he retired from the ministry in the Congregational Church, preached successively at Worcester, Roxbury and Nantucket, all in Massachusetts. Literary career: Owing to the success of a little work, The Mother at Home, he devoted himself, from onwards, to literature.
He was a voluminous writer of books on Christian ethics, and of popular histories, which were credited with cultivating a popular interest in history. He is best known as the author of the widely popular History of Napoleon Bonaparte , in which the various elements and episodes in Napoleon s career are described. Abbott takes a very favourable view towards his subject throughout.
He also did a forward to a book called Life of Boone by W. Bogart, about Daniel Boone in In general, except that he did not write juvenile fiction, his work in subject and style closely resembles that of his brother, Jacob Abbott. Ulysses S. He was elected as the 18th President of the United States in , serving from to Supported by Congress, Grant began to implement Reconstruction, often at odds with President Andrew Johnson, who succeeded the assassinated Lincoln. Twice elected president, Grant led the Republicans in their effort to remove the vestiges of Confederate nationalism and slavery, protect African-American citizenship, and support economic prosperity.
Although his presidency has often been criticized for its scandals and for his failure to alleviate the economic depression following the Panic of , he is regarded as a President who performed relatively well in the context of his time, and took strong action on civil rights for African Americans.
Life General Ulysses S Grant
After the war, he married Julia Boggs Dent in , and together they had four children. Grant retired from the Army in and struggled financially in civilian life. When the Civil War began in , he rejoined the U. Army and quickly rose through the ranks.
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In , Grant took control of Kentucky and most of Tennessee, and led Union forces to victory in the Battle of Shiloh, earning a reputation as an aggressive commander. In July , after a series of coordinated battles, Grant defeated Confederate armies and seized Vicksburg, taking Union control of the Mississippi River and dividing the Confederacy in two. After Grant s victories in the Chattanooga Campaign, Lincoln promoted the officer to lieutenant general and Commanding General of the Army in March Grant confronted Robert E. Lee in a series of bloody battles, trapping Lee s army in their defense of Richmond.
Grant coordinated a series of devastating campaigns in other theaters, as well. In April , Lee surrendered to Grant at Appomattox, effectively ending the war. Historians have hailed Grant s military genius, and his strategies are featured in military history textbooks, but a minority contend that he won by brute force rather than superior strategy. Seller Inventory APC New Book.
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Grant, while president, very much regretted his wartime order expelling Jewish traders, and set out to make amends.
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Historian Jonathan Sarna said Grant was eager to prove he was above racism, while he "appointed more Jews to public office than had any of his predecessors and, in the name of human rights, he extended unprecedented support to persecuted Jews in Russia and Romania. Grant was considered an effective civil rights president, concerned about the plight of African Americans. Republicans controlled most Southern states, propped up by Republican controlled Congress, northern money, and southern military occupation.
Akerman , who replaced Hoar, was zealous to destroy the Klan. Williams , Akerman's replacement, in the Spring of , suspended prosecutions of the Klan in North Carolina and South Carolina, but prior to the election of , he changed course and prosecuted the Klan. During Grant's second term, southern conservatives called " Redeemers " formed armed groups, the Red Shirts and the White League , whom openly used violence, intimidation, voter fraud, and racist appeals to overturn Republican rule. He sent troops and warships under Major General William H.
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By , Redeemer Democrats had taken control of all but three Southern states. As violence against black Southerners escalated once more, Attorney General Edwards Pierrepont told Governor Adelbert Ames of Mississippi that the people were "tired of the autumnal outbreaks in the South", and declined to intervene directly, instead sending an emissary to negotiate a peaceful election.
Grant's successor, Rutherford B. Hayes , was conciliatory toward the South, and favored "local control" of civil rights on the condition that Democrats make an honorary pledge to confirm the new constitutional amendments that protected blacks. In , Grant proposed measures to limit religious roles in public schools. Grant laid out his agenda for "good common school education. That amendment did not become federal law but many states adopted versions. Historian Tyler Anbinder says, "Grant was not an obsessive nativist. He expressed his resentment of immigrants and animus toward Catholicism only rarely.
But these sentiments reveal themselves frequently enough in his writings and major actions as general In the s he joined a Know Nothing lodge and irrationally blamed immigrants for setbacks in his career. When Grant took office in , the nation's policy towards Native Americans was in chaos, with more than , Native Americans being governed by treaties.
Parker , a Seneca and member of his wartime staff, Commissioner of Indian Affairs , the first Native American to serve in this position, surprising many around him.
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