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Grant Cottage State Historic Site [NY]

It was at this small cottage in the Adirondack Mountains that Ulysses S. Grant died of throat cancer on July 23, 1885. He had finished proofreading his memoirs only four days earlier. "Today, the cottage and its furnishings remain essentially the same as during the Grant family's stay for six weeks in 1885. Guests to the cottage may visit the spacious porch, tour the cottage's four rooms, and view floral arrangements that remain from Grant's August 4th funeral."

The site offers brief historical information and visitor information regarding Grant Cottage. In addition, the site is part of the New York State Office of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Preservation, and so offers information regarding all of New York's state parks and historic sites.

 
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