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Campaigning with Grant
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By Horace Porter

Horace Porter was principal aide to General Grant from the spring of 1864 through the end of the Civil War. This is an invaluable first-hand account of the war that is frequently referenced in subsequent histories of the war as any close reader of footnotes and endnotes can determine. Porter's prose is remarkably fresh, making this an engaging read. While written from the perspective of a staunch Unionist, the book is a largely evenhanded account. This is a work that any Civil War buff should read.

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