Ulysses S. Grant: Politician

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Index
Abolitionists, 48, 90, 208, 406.
"Act to Strengthen the Public Credit," 157.
Adams, Charles Francis, 272, 273, 402-403, 420.
Adams, Henry, 139, 154-155, 250, 402, 403.
Adams, John, 292.
Adams, John Quincy, 227.
Adams, John Quincy II., 284, 355.
Advertising agents in campaign of 1872, 281.
Africa, 358.
Agricultural Bureau, 261.
Aiken, Governor, 60.
Akerman, Amos T., appointed Attorney- General, 210; rumors of resignation, 218; resigns, 262.
Alabama, Military government, 83, 85; Republican chances in, 270; mentioned, 281, 318 f., 357; in election of 1872, 341.
Alabama Claims, 162, 163, 192, 222, 224, 229-237, 243-244, 250, 309.
Alaska, 196.
Alaska Improvement Company, 262.
Albert, A. J., 134.
Alcorn, J. L., 185.
Allen, William, 389, 391.
Allison, W. B., 193.
Alta Vela, 200.
Amelia Court House, 46.
American Bible Society, 148.
American Free Trade League, 231.
"American Soldier and Sailor," 450.
Ames, General Adelbert, 185, 389, 390.
Ames, Oakes, 310, 311.
Ammen, Admiral David, 97, 304; 434.
Amnesty, Lincoln's proclamation, 49; Johnson's proclamation, 55; mentioned, 185, 186, 220, 239, 256, 257, 258, 267, 275, 398 f.
"Anaconda Plan," 39.
Anderson, James E., 415.
Anderson, Robert, 15.
Andersonville Prison, 62, 114, 398, 399.
"Anti-Third Term" clubs, 436.
Appomattox, 46, 181, 277, 308, 450.
Appropriations Committee, 333, 339.
Argyll, Dutchess of, 56.
Arkansas, army in, 32; delegation visits Grant, 80; Grant advises, 81; military government, 83; riots in, 129; Republicans, 260; politics, 207, 240, 318-319; Brooks- Baxter war, 347; mentioned, 356-357, 374, 436.
"Arm in Arm Convention," 71.
Army Headquarters, 83, 120, 138.
Army officers join Radicals, 85.
Army of the Potomac, 39, 41, 43, 429.
Arthur, Chester A., appointed collector in N. Y., 256; Vice-President, 439, 441; relations with Grant, 444; appoints Grant commissioner to Mexico, 445; signs Grant Relief Bill, 451; mentioned, 446.
Associated Press, 65, 282.
Astor, J. J., 102.
Astor, William B., 102.
Athens, Greece, 429.
Atlanta, 40, 43, 91.
Atrocity stories from South, 129, 370, 399, 409.
Attorney-General, 79, 85.
Auger, General, 414.
Augusta, Georgia, 60.
Autobiography of Seventy Years, 365.
Avery, William, 380.
Babcock, Orville E., opposes Grant entering politics, 98; member Grant's family circle, 295; opposes Bristow, 376; and whiskey ring, 380-388; and Leet, 265; and Sumner, 235; and McDonald, 216; Grant defends, 206; Treaty with Santo Domingo, 198-199, 204; appointed secretary, 149; persuades Fish to accept, 148; safe burglary, 395; on Grant's finances, 420; on Grant sentiment, 432; on Hayes, 425-426; on third term, 440; mentioned, 298, 398.
Badeau, Adam, on Johnson, 59; on Grant's politics, 67-68, 125; on Grant and Johnson, 71; becomes a Radical, 77; opposes Grant entering politics, 98; on Grant's characteristics, 91, 120; in campaign of 1868, 127, 131; friend of Motley, 140; persuades Borie to accept, 146; Grant's official biographer, 149; secretary of legation, 164-165; meets Lee, 181; opposes Motley, 213; Grant writes to, 215; on Alabama claims, 229; on Washington society, 293; as member of Grant's family, 295; and Nellie Grant, 299; and third term, 378, 432, 434; and Grant in Europe, 428; and Jesse Grant, 428-429; and Grant's culture, 429; Garfield removes, 443; on Grant's finances, 444, 446; Military History of General Grant, 448; and Memoirs, 448 ff.; mentioned, 104, 450.
Baez, Bonaventura, 197 ff., 200, 215, 226, 247, 248, 380.

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