Personal Memoirs of U.S. Grant - Vol. 1

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MAPS AND ILLUSTRATIONS.
VOLUME I.PAGE
BREVET SECOND LIEUTENANT U. S. GRANT AT THE AGE OF 21 YEARS, FROM AN OLD DAGUERREOTYPE TAKEN AT BETHEL, CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO, IN 1843. ENGRAVED ON STEEL BY A. H. RITCHIE, N.AFrontispiece
FAC-SIMILE OF HANDWRITINGDedication
BIRTHPLACE AT POINT PLEASANT, CLERMONT COUNTY, OHIO. ETCHED BY WM. E. MARSHALL24
MAP OF MONTEREY AND ITS APPROACHES114
MAP OF THE VALLEY OF MEXICO160
MAP OF THE BATTLE-FIELD NEAR BELMONT275
MAP SHOWING THE RELATIVE POSITIONS OF FORT HENRY AND FORT DONELSON289
MAP OF FORT DONELSON297
FAC-SIMILE OF GENERAL BUCKNER'S DISPATCH RELATING TO TERMS OF CAPITULATION, GENERAL GRANT'S REPLY, "I PROPOSE TO MOVE IMMEDIATELY UPON YOUR WORKS," AND GENERAL BUCKNER'S ANSWER ACCEPTING THE TERMS FOR THE SURRENDER OF FORT DONELSON, ALL FROM THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS312
MAP OF THE FIELD OF SHILOH341
MAP OF THE COUNTRY ABOUT CORINTH, MISSISSIPPI375
MAP OF THE BATTLES OF IUKA AND CORINTH409
MAP OF THE VICKSBURG CAMPAIGN467
MAP -- BRUINSBURG. PORT GIBSON AND GRAND GULF479
MAP OF THE COUNTRY ABOUT JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI502
MAP OF THE BATTLE OF CHAMPION'S HILL514
MAP OF BATTLE-FIELD OF BIG BLACK RIVER BRIDGE525
MAP OF THE SIEGE OF VICKSBURG539
MAP -- LINE OF DEFENCES VICKSBURG TO HAINES' BLUFF AND BLACK RIVER BRIDGE550

NOTE. -- The Daguerreotype from which the frontispiece was engraved was furnished the publishers through the courtesy of Mr. George W. Childs.

The fac-similes of General Buckner's dispatches at Fort Donelson are copied from the originals furnished the publishers through the courtesy of Mr. Ferdinand J. Dreer. General Grant's dispatch, "I propose to move immediately upon your works," was copied from the original document in the possession of the publishers.

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