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- DescriptionA real life fairy tale. Author Patricia Cameron spent ten years on a soul trip with General Ulysses S. Grant. Patricia's hope was to finally understand why she had felt a deep love for Ulysses S. Grant, since she was six years old. Ten years ago, she began to feel an instinct to travel to specific places, often on specific dates, which were important to General Grant and his wife, Julia. Everywhere she went, she experienced magical events which went deeper and deeper into the heart and soul of Ulysses S. Grant and his connection to her. After each trip, Patricia returned home to her very supportive family, and wrote in honest detail about her experiences. These experiences are w available in her series, My Spiritual Journey with General Grant. Parts 1 and 2 are available, and w, Part 3. Patricia knew that to end this journey, she would have to go as deep into her heart as she could go, relative to her feelings for General Grant. She is thrilled to present My Spiritual Journey with General Grant: Part 3 which is its own story, as well as an important piece of the mystery which leads to the conclusion of My Spiritual Journey with General Grant.
- Author BiographyA fan of General Ulysses S. Grant from childhood, Patricia Cameron has spent more than ten years studying the intense and often-overlooked relationship between Grant and his wife, Julia. Patricia's extensive research and in-depth examination of the Grants, through their memoirs, letters and first-hand accounts of them, makes her the expert on one of the most important marriages in our nation's history. General Grant is often remembered as a ruthless general, and for leading the Union Army to victory over the Confederates, for stabilizing the newly reunited United States after the Civil War, for his international diplomacy, and, sadly, for his problems with alcoholism. What is mostly unknown about Grant is his passionate, romantic and undying love for Julia. He was, in fact, a tender, devoted and romantic husband, who sent his wife a thousand kisses and sent her flowers through the mail. It was being with Julia that brought Grant happiness and gave him the strength to be the general and president that his country needed him to be. The complete romance of Julia and Ulysses S. Grant and its impact on history could be lost, as well, if not for the passion and research of Patricia Cameron. In her book Unconditional Surrender: The Romance of Julia and Ulysses S. Grant, Patricia offers a chronological collection of every letter young Lieutenant Grant wrote to Julia during their courtship, allowing his heart to pour out like never before. Patricia provides insightful comments and context about the letters, drawn from her decade of research, while letting the words of love and devotion speak for themselves. Recently, Patricia also released My Spiritual Journey with General Grant, the first in a travelogue series about her journey of discovery, including more than twenty trips to historic sites important in the lives of the Grants. For ten years, Patricia had experiences such as reading Grant's original love letters in the Library of Congress, spending the night in their newlywed homes, including once in the dead of winter with no electricity, in a house reported to be haunted. Patricia has sought knowledge in obscure archives and museums in small towns and big cities, and from a vast array of primary sources. The third book in the series of My Spiritual Journey with General Grant Part 3 will be available in 2014. For more on Patricia's research into the romance of Julia and Ulysses S. Grant, go to UlyssesSGrantInLove.com.
- Author(s)Patricia Cameron
- Date of Publication01/08/2013
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectMilitary History
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight222 g
- Width152 mm
- Height229 mm
- Spine9 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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