Here, at the summit of Mt. McGregor, Ulysses S. Grant spent the last weeks of his life completing his memoirs. On July 23, 1885, Grant died, surrounded by his family, in the parlor of this Adirondack cottage. The furnishings, decorations, and personal items remain as they were in 1885, including the bed where he died and a collection of flower arrangements from the funeral. The Cottage first opened to the public in 1890.
Middletown, Connecticut | The home of Union Gen. Joseph King Fenno Mansfield has been preserved as a museum and includes an exhibit of Civil War artifacts, photographs, and documents relating to Mansfield and other local soldiers.
Brooklyn, New York | This historic cemetery is the final resting place of numerous Union and Confederate generals, along with thousands of Civil War veterans, and it includes he cast zinc Drummer Boy and New York City's Soldiers' Monument.