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Ulysses S. Grant was an American general and President, who notably led the Union forces to victory in the American Civil War. He was educated at West Point, and worked his way up through the military ranks before his appointment in 1864 as lieutenant general (a position only held before by George Washington) by President Abraham Lincoln. He was elected President a few years after the end of the war and pushed for Reconstruction.

Grant was a member of the Tomas branch of the Cahill family, although it is unknown how involved he was in branch affairs. He is mentioned in The Black Book of Buried Secrets.

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