Galena1 - ,theclosestthinghe everhadtoa'hometown ' .H

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Galena  - ∙ The Illinois town where Grant worked from 1859–1861, the closest thing he  ever had to a 'hometown.'  Georgetown  - ∙ The Ohio town where Grant grew up and his family owned a tannery.  Hardscrabble  - ∙ The home that Grant built on his father-in-law's land in Missouri after  resigning from the Army in 1854. He unsuccessfully tried to farm the land and eventually  hard to sell firewood.  Thirteenth Amendment  - ∙ This Constitutional amendment abolished slavery in all of  the United States.  Fourteenth Amendment  - ∙ This Constitutional amendment granted the rights of due  process and equal protection to all United States citizens.  Fifteenth Amendment  - ∙ This Constitutional amendment gave every American citizen  the right to vote regardless of "race, color, or previous condition of servitude."  Reconstruction  - ∙ The period under Presidents Andrew Johnson and Grant where the 
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2011 for the course HIST 1320 taught by Professor Murphy during the Summer '08 term at Texas State.

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Galena1 - ,theclosestthinghe everhadtoa'hometown ' .H

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