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Museum to help spotlight Grant's life, legacy

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WILTON, N.Y. (AP) — Admirers of Union Army Gen. Ulysses S. Grant are building a museum atop Mount McGregor in Saratoga County to better tell the dramatic history of the peak and the nation's 18th president who worked and died there. After the Civil War, the victorious Grant became a two-term president who enjoyed visiting nearby Saratoga Springs. But by 1885, the war hero faced financial ruin...

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