Ulysses S. Grant documents for the years 1864 thru 1865

Ulysses S. Grant

Ulysses S. Grant wrote 12 documents from a total of 2 locations including Nashville, TN. Most of Ulysses S. Grant's letters were written in the year 1864. Who did Ulysses S. Grant know? View Ulysses S. Grant's social graph.

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  • To: George Thomas.

    Nashville, TN - 6 February 1864

    Reports of scouts make it evident that Joe Johnston has removed most of his force from your front, two divisions going to Longstreet.

  • To: Henry Halleck.

    Nashville, TN - 6 February 1864

    I am making every effort to get supplies to Knoxville for the support of a large force large enough to drive Longstreet out.

  • To: John Schofield.

    Nashville, TN - 11 February 1864

    I deem it of the utmost importance to drive Longstreet out immediately, so as to furlough the balance of our veterans, and to prepare for a spring campaign of our own choosing

  • To: Henry Halleck.

    Nashville, TN - 11 February 1864

    I expect to get off from Chattanooga by Monday next a force to drive Longstreet out of East Tennessee.

  • To: Henry Halleck.

    Nashville, TN - 12 February 1864

    I have got General Thomas ready to move a force of about fourteen thousand infantry into East Tennessee to aid the force there in expelling Longstreet from the State.

  • To: John Schofield.

    Nashville, TN - 12 February 1864

    You need not attempt the raid with the cavalry you now have.

  • To: John Schofield.

    Nashville, TN - 12 February 1864

    No movement will be made against Longstreet at present.

  • To: Henry Halleck.

    Nashville, TN - 13 February 1864

    Despatches just received from General Schofield and conversation with General Foster, who is now here, have determined me against moving immediately against Longstreet.

  • Ulysses Grant letter to Robert Lee.

    Headquarters Armies Of The United States - 4 March 1865

    n regard to any apprehended misunderstanding in reference to the exchange of political prisoners, I think there need be none.

  • Ulysses Grant letter to Robert Lee.

    Headquarters Armies Of The United States - 7 April 1865

    The results of the last week must convince you of the hopelessness of further resistance on the part of the Army of Northern Virginia in this struggle.

  • Ulysses Grant letter to Robert Lee.

    Headquarters Armies Of The United States - 8 April 1865

    Your note of last evening in reply to mine of the same date, asking the conditions on which I will accept surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia, is just received.

  • Ulysses Grant letter to Andrew Johnson.

    Headquarters Armies Of The United States - 7 November 1865

    Knowing that General Longstreet, late of the army which was in rebellion against the authority of the United States, is in the city, and presuming that he intends asking executive clemency before leaving, I beg to say a word in his favor.