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The two became a model household in camp: Julia set up a nice living arraignment and  Grant began giving her an allowance to hire a cook–a sign of prestige that Julia  desperately wanted. However, she returned home to St. Louis soon after the couple  arrived back in Detroit in the spring of 1849. Julia was pregnant and wanted to have the  child with her family. On May 30, 1850, Julia gave birth to Frederick Dent Grant, who  quickly became one of the most important people in Grant's life. His son was beside him  at Vicksburg, later attended West Point, and served as the family spokesperson when  Grant died many years later. A year after Frederick's birth, Grant's regiment was transferred to the Pacific coast–a  godsend of a posting in the mind of the romantic Julia. She never made the trip,  however, as she discovered she was pregnant shortly before the troops embarked. It 
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