Ulysses S. Grant was a devoted family man. He and his wife Julia had four
children and were fortunate not to lose any of them to an early death, as
was so often in the case in those days of untreatable diseases and
lack of the kind of medical care we take for
granted today. They were proud of their children and the children
respected them. One author observed that the whole family was "one big
mutual admiration society." Here is a chronology of the Grant children.
Graduated from Harvard University in 1874, and from the Law School of
Columbia University in 1876.
Married Fannie Josephine Chaffee in 1880. Children: Miriam, Chaffee,
Julia, Fannie, Ulysses IV.
Moved to California in 1893 and worked in the field of law and finance. Became a prominent citizen of San Diego, California. Biography of Buck from the Journal of San Diego History.
Opened the U.S. Grant Hotel in 1910. Today it is a renovated award-winning luxury hotel
owned by the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay nation.
Married Mrs. America Workman Will in 1913 after the death of his wife
Died September 26, 1929 and is buried in San Diego, California.
Nellie Grant Sartoris Jones
Born July 4, 1855 at Wish Ton Wish near St. Louis, Missouri.
Married in a spectacular White House wedding on May 21, 1874 to
Algernon Sartoris of England. This is a second account of her wedding. Another interesting account of her wedding by archivist Christopher Gordon of the Missouri Historical Society in St. Louis is here. Children: Algernon Edward Sartoris, Vivien
May Sartoris Scovel, Rosemary Alice Sartoris Woolston. She moved to
England, but the marriage proved a failure and she returned to the
United States and lived with her mother until the latter's death.
In 1912 she married Frank Hatch Jones, first Assistant Postmaster
under President Cleveland, and lived in Chicago. A few years after her
marriage to Jones she suffered a stroke and was an invalid for the rest of
Died in Chicago in 1922 and is buried in Oak Ridge Cemetery in
Springfield, Ill. near the tomb of Abraham Lincoln. New York Times Obituary.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. The Ballantine House and the Decorative Arts
Galleries at the Newark Museum. Newark, N.J., The Museum, 1994.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant and Janet Zapata. "Beaux-Arts Jewelry Made in Newark, New Jersey." Magazine Antiques, Vol. 151, No. 4, p. 592+ (8 p.)
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. Dream House: the White House as an American Home. Acanthus Press, 2009.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. The Glitter and the Gold: Fashioning
America's Jewelry. Newark, N.J., Newark Museum Association, 1997.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. "Great Pots, a Landmark Exhibition at the Newark Museum," Ceramics Monthly,
Volume 51, No. 2, 2003, 6 p.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. Great Pots: Contemporary Ceramics from Function to Fantasy. Madison, Wisc., Guild, 2003.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant, Nicholas Bell, and Andrew Wagner. History in the Making: 2011 Renwick Craft Invitational. Scala, 2011.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. The Newark Museum Collection of American Art
Pottery. Newark, N.J., The Museum, 1984.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. Paul Stankard, Homage to Nature. New York,
Harry N. Abrams, 1984.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. "Recontextualizing the Pearl in Contemporary Jewelry." Metalsmith, Volume 29, Issue 1, 2009, p. 50-51.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. Tiffany Retrospective: Designs from Tiffany & Co., 1837-1999. Tokyo, APT International, 1999.
Dietz, Ulysses Grant. Victorian Lighting: The Dietz Catalogue of 1860
With a New History of Dietz and Victorian Lighting. Watkins Glen, New
York, American Life Foundation, 1982.
Grant, Frederick D. "A Boy's Experience at Vicksburg." In Military
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, New York Commandry.
Personal Recollections of the War of the Rebellion, 3rd series,
pp.86-100. New York, 1907.
Grant, Frederick D. (with James W. Forsyth). Report of an Expedition Up the Yellowstone River Made in 1875. Washington, D.C. U. S. War Dept., Government Printing Office.
Grant, Jesse Root. In the Days of My Father, General Grant. New
York, Harper, 1925.
Grant, Ulysses S., III. "Major Problems in Planning a Worthy Capital for the Nation. Landscape Architecture, Volume 40, October 1949, p. 11-17.
Grant, Ulysses S., III. "Washington, a Planned City in Evolution." Journal of the American Institute of Architects, Volume 1, March 1944, p. 123-36.
Grant, Ulysses S., III. "Washington, a Treasury of Opportunities."
American Magazine of Art, Volume 22, May 1931, p. 362-368.
Grant, Ulysses S., III. Ulysses S. Grant, Warrior and Statesman.
New York, Morrow, 1969.
Grant, Ulysses S., IV. A Sojourn in Baja California, 1915.
Southern California Quarterly. Volume 45, No. 2, 1863, p. 123-168.
Ruestow, Edward G. Physics at Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century
Leiden: Philosophy and the New Science in the University. Nijhoff, 1973.
Ruestow, Edward G. The Microscope in the Dutch Republic: the
Shaping of Discovery.Cambridge University Press, 1996.
Telecki, Nicole. The Role of Special 301 in the Development of
International Protection of Intellectual Property Rights After the
Uruguay Round. Boston University International Law Journal. Volume
14, Spring, 1996, p. 187-222.