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"The Union Army: Defending the Nation and Shaping History" During the American Civil War, General Ulysses S. Grant emerged as a formidable leader within the Union Army

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Union Army Collection: Review of Rhode Island and Maine Troops, 1861. Creator: James Walker
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Union Army Collection: Vintage Civil War print of the Battle of Fort Sanders
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Union Army Collection: General Ulysses S. Grant amid his service during The American Civil War
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Union Army Collection: LEEs SURRENDER 1865. Peace in Union. The surrender of General Lee to General Grant at Appomattox
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Union Army Collection: STEAMBOATS: SULTANA, 1865. The paddle steamer Sultana photographed during a stop at Helena
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Union Army Collection: BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, 1864. The Battle of Franklin, Tennessee, 30 November 1864
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Union Army Collection: Battle of Bull Run, US Civil War
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Union Army Collection: General Meades council of war at Gettysburg
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Union Army Collection: EVCW2A-00080
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Union Army Collection: Battle of the Wilderness, Civil War, 1864
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Union Army Collection: Plundering a plantation during Shermans March to the Sea
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Union Army Collection: Irish Brigade memorial on Little Round Top, Gettysburg battlefield
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: IRISH BRIGADE. Father William Corby (seated right)
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: UNION SOLDIER. A volunteer Union soldier with a rifle and bayonet. Photograph, c1862
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG. The 72nd Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment under General Winfield S
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Union Army Collection: LINCOLN & McCLELLAN. Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), 16th President of the United States
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Union Army Collection: 15th New York Battery memorial, Gettysburg Battlefield
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Union Army Collection: Troop train taking Union soldiers to the front
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR RECRUITMENT. Recruitment poster of the 22nd Cavalry Regiment, formed at Rochester
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Union Army Collection: TOBACCO AD, c1867. Poster, c 1867, for Love Chewing Tobacco showing a scene of reconciliation
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Union Army Collection: EVCW2A-00027
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Union Army Collection: Cornfield at the Battle of Antietam, Civil War
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Union Army Collection: Picketts Charge, Battle of Gettysburg
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Union Army Collection: Confederates holding ground in a Civil War battle
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Union Army Collection: Naval Battle on the Mississippi, 1861 Civil War Engraving
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Union Army Collection: American Civil War print featuring the Battle of Missionary Ridge
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Union Army Collection: Civil War painting of Union and Confederate troops fighting at The Battle of Antietam
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Union Army Collection: FALL OF PETERSBURG, 1865. The Fall of Petersburg, Virginia, during the American Civil War
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: ANACONDA PLAN. Scotts Great Snake or the Anaconda Plan
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: RECRUITING. Civil War recruiting poster, 1861, appealing to Irish immigrants in
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Union Army Collection: JOHNSON: DRUMMER BOY, c1870. The Wounded Drummer Boy. Oil on canvas by Eastman Johnson, c1870
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Union Army Collection: GEORGIA: SHERMANs MARCH. General Shermans March to the Sea through Georgia, 1864
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG. The Battle of Gettysburg, 1-3 July 1863
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Union Army Collection: JOHN L. BURNS (1793-1872). Veteran of the War of 1812 and the American Civil War
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Union Army Collection: Civil War cavalry skirmish
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Union Army Collection: Civil War portrait of Major General George Armstrong Custer
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Union Army Collection: Vintage Civil War print of General William Tecumseh Sherman
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Union Army Collection: Vintage American Civil War photo of Union Army General Philip Sheridan
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: GETTYSBURG. Confederate General Lewis Addison Armistead lies mortally wounded
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: APPOMATTOX, 1865. The Surrender of General Lee to General Grant, 9 April 1865
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Union Army Collection: EVCW2A-00031
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Union Army Collection: MEMORIAL DAY, 1868. Mourners decorating the grave of General Frederick W. Lander in Salem
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Union Army Collection: UNION SOLDIERS. Brigadier General Winfield Scott Hancock (center) and his staff, 1861
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Union Army Collection: GEORGE CUSTER (1839-1876). American army officer. Custer, left, as a Captain in the Union Army
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Union Army Collection: ROBERT G. SHAW (1837-1863). American soldier: line engraving, American, 19th century
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Union Army Collection: WILLIAM TECUMSEH SHERMAN (1820-1891). American army commander. Photographed by Mathew Brady, c1864
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Union Army Collection: GEORGIA: SHERMANs MARCH. Shermans March Through Georgia, 1864. Oil on canvas by Andrew B
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Union Army Collection: CIVIL WAR: CUSTER, 1862. Lieutenant George A. Custer with a dog at camp in Virginia, 1862


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"The Union Army: Defending the Nation and Shaping History" During the American Civil War, General Ulysses S. Grant emerged as a formidable leader within the Union Army. His unwavering dedication to his country propelled him forward amid the chaos of battle. One pivotal moment in history was Lee's surrender to Grant at Appomattox Court House in 1865. This marked a turning point for peace within the Union, symbolizing hope for a united nation once again. Thomas Nast's painting beautifully captures this historic event, immortalizing it for future generations. The Irish Brigade memorial on Little Round Top stands as a testament to the bravery and sacrifice of those who fought valiantly during the Battle of Gettysburg. Their unwavering loyalty and determination helped shape the outcome of this crucial conflict. Amidst all this turmoil, steamboats like Sultana played an essential role in transporting troops and supplies along waterways such as Helena. These vessels became lifelines connecting soldiers with their loved ones back home. The Battle of Franklin in Tennessee left an indelible mark on history, showcasing both courage and tragedy. Kurz & Allison's lithograph encapsulates the intensity and devastation experienced by those involved. Another significant battle that shook America was Bull Run, where both sides clashed fiercely for control over strategic territory. The echoes of cannon fire reverberated through time, reminding us of the sacrifices made by countless individuals during these tumultuous years. President Abraham Lincoln frequently visited battlefields alongside General George B. McClellan, seeking firsthand knowledge about ongoing conflicts such as Antietam in Maryland. Alexander Gardner's photograph freezes that moment forever—a president standing shoulder-to-shoulder with his military leaders amidst adversity. At Gettysburg, General Meade gathered his council of war—an assembly that would determine not only victory or defeat but also shape our nation's destiny moving forward. Their decisions would forever alter the course of history.