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English: Grant from West Point to Appomattox, an 1885 engraving presumably intended to commemorate Grant's achievements after his death. A half-length portrait of Ulysses S. Grant is surrounded by nine scenes of his career from West Point graduation in 1843 to Lee's surrender in 1865. Clockwise from lower left:
  • Graduated at West Point 1843 - Gen. Scott presenting diplomas
  • In the tower at Chapultepec 1847
  • Drilling his Volunteers 1861
  • Fort Donelson 1862
  • The Battle of Shiloh 1862
  • The Siege of Vicksburg 1863
  • The Battle of Chattanooga 1863
  • Commander-in-Chief 1864
  • The Surrender of Gen. Lee 1865
Français : Ulysses S. Grant de West Point à Appomattox, Gravure de 1885, probablement hagiographique. Un portait en plan taille de Ulysses S. Grant est entouré de neuf vignettes retraçant sa carrière de sa remise de diplôme à West Point en 1843 à la capitulation de Lee en 1865. Dans le sens des aiguilles d'une montre depuis en bas, à gauche :
  • Remise du diplôme par le Général Scott à West Point en 1843
  • Dans le chateau de Chapultepec en 1847
  • Instruisant ses volontaires en 1861
  • La bataille de Fort Donelson en 1862
  • Bataille de Shiloh en 1862
  • Le Siege de Vicksburg, en 1863
  • La bataille de Chattanooga 1863
  • Commandant en chef en 1864
  • Capitulation du Général Lee en 1865
Date 1885
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