U.S. Grant Birthplace
A State Historic Site located in Point Pleasant, Ohio is where Ulysses Grant was born and lived as an infant. The site is overseen by the Ohio History Connection and managed locally by Historic New Richmond.
U.S. Grant Boyhood Home & Schoolhouse
A State Historic Site & National Historic Landmark located in Gerogetown, Ohio where Ulysses Grant lived until he reached 17 years old. The site is overseen by the Ohio History Connection and managed locally by the U.S. Grant Homestead Association. Note: Other pertinent historic sites in the area including the John Rankin House.
U.S. Grant National Historic Site (White Haven)
A National Historic Site at the site of White Haven Plantation near St. Louis, Missouri where Grant lived with his wife and in-laws in the 1850's. The site is managed by the National Parks System. Note: A few miles away is the Missouri Civil War Museum.
Hardscrabble Home (Grant's Farm)
A historic building built by Grant in the 1850's on the White Haven property. It is now located on the grounds of Grant's Farm an attraction managed by Anheuser-Busch. Private tours are available inside Hardscrabble.
U.S. Grant Galena Home
A State Historic Site and National Historic Landmark located in Galena, Illinois, the home was given to the Grant family following the Civil War. The site is managed by the Illinois Historic Preservation Division. Note: Other pertinent historic sites in the area include the Elihu B. Washburne House and the Galena & U.S. Grant History Museum.
U.S. Grant Cottage
A State Historic Site located on Mt. McGregor near Wilton, New York this cottage was the final home for U.S. Grant. He passed away in this home shortly after completing his memoirs in 1885. The site is operated by the Friends of Ulysses S. Grant Cottage.
General Grant National Memorial (Grant's Tomb)
A National Memorial located within Riverside Park in Manhattan, New York this mausoleum contains the remains of U.S. Grant and his wife Julia. The site is operated by the National Park Service.
Grant Monument Association
Originally formed to solicit funding for the construction of Grant's Tomb in the 1880's-1890's. The organization was re-established in the 1990's to oversee restoration of the tomb and to continue it's support.