Ulysses S. Grant Association

The mission of the Ulysses S. Grant Association is to conduct research into the life of Ulysses S. Grant and preserve the knowledge of his importance in American history. The Association, with the cooperation of the Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University, and other interested public and private entities, will edit and publish Grant's writings both in hardcover and digital format, acquire and preserve artifacts and memorabilia from his lifetime, make this material available to scholars and the public, conduct teacher and student institutes and classes, organize lectures and symposia, and maintain the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library as the major repository of information about U.S. Grant and his era.

A welcome from Association President Frank J. Williams.
Information on how to become a member of the Association.
Learn about our staff, officers, directors, and editorial board.
Video of the ceremony in which Mississippi State University Libraries honored the acceptance of the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Papers with dinner and a program involving the official signing of the acceptance documents (Friday, January 30, 2009).
Information about our Scholars Research Program, which provides travel grants for research in the Presidential Collection.
Information about our Social Studies Teachers Summer Institute, which helps history and social studies educators to teach Civil War topics.
Information about the Ulysses S. Grant Association's Annual Meetings, including welcome letters from the Association President, registration, and photos from past events.