The Hour of the Horse

Ulysses Grant and his visit to Japan, 1879
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an old painting with people and flags on it
1879 woodblock of the Grant's arrival in Japan.
an old wooden box with a painting of a horse on it's back side
Black Horse, Meiji period 1868-1912 AD, Japan, Ink painting on kuri wood tansu, Chest door panel
four horses standing in an open field with two men looking at the horse behind them
American Memory from the Library of Congress
Cold Harbor, Virginia. U.S. Grant's horses: on left, EGYPT, center, CINCINNATI, right, JEFF DAVIS.
an old black and white photo of a man in a suit
Ulysses S Grant - President of the United States of America by International Images
Ulysses S Grant - President Of The United States Of America Photograph
a man standing next to a horse on a dirt field with the caption general grant and his horse cincinnati
Civil War: General Grant and his horse, Cincinnati. Cincinnati was with General Grant throughout the war and was the horse that Grant rode to negotiate Lee’s surrender at Appomattox. Cincinnati was with General Grant for the rest of his life; even during the time that General Grant was President.
an image of a painting with people on it
Woodblock, 1879, of the horse races that the Grants watched with Meiji.
an old painting of a man in uniform
164 Stock Photos, High-Res Pictures, and Images
Royalty, 19th Century, A portrait of his imperial Majesty Mutsuhito, the Emperor of Japan
Army Games, Working Office, Royal Art, Retro Fashion Vintage, Japanese Woodblock Printing, Japan Art, Military Uniform
👑The Imperial Working office of the Emperor Meiji👑
Ulysses S. Grant on Horseback Napoleonic Wars, French Pictures, Apocalypse Art, United States History, History Painting, On Horseback, French Army
Ulysses S. Grant
Ulysses S. Grant on Horseback
an old black and white photo of people on steps
Historical Indulgences: Photo
Grant with his physician, and family 3 days before his death. Although in great pain, this hero provided for his family's financial future by finishing his memoirs just days before his passing.