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Which of these statements is not true of Ulysses S. Grant?



A. He was the Union general during most battles for control of the Mississippi River.
B. He was promoted to be the Commander of all Union Armies.
C. He was elected President of the United States later.
D. He fought in the Mexican-American War
E. His nickname was Unanimous Solidarity.

This question is part of US History Final Exam-Civil War Review
Asked by Vanrhoads, Last updated: Jul 05, 2020

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L. Sevigny

L. Sevigny, Doctor, Las Vegas

Answered Aug 23, 2018

Ulysses S. Grant was an American soldier and the commanding general of an army. He was born on April 27 1822 and died on July 23 1885. He was serving in the reign of the 18th president of America. During most battles, he was assigned as the union general to take control of the Mississippi river.

He was also promoted to commander of all the union armies, which was the highest honor, back in his time. Later, he was also elected as the president of America. He boldly fought in the Mexican army war and had special nicknames. However, the nickname Unanimous solidarity was not his.

 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Apr 05, 2017

His nickname was "Unanimous Solidarity."
 

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