2018 Grant Association Annual Meeting
May 6-8, 2018
Grand Opening of the Ulysses S. Grant Presidential Library, the Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana, and the Congressional and Political Research Center
November 30, 2017
Presentation of the Mike and Jorja Lynn Collection
June 13, 2013
Presidential Library Unveiling
May 18, 2012
Ulysses S. Grant Association Annual Meeting 2012
May 18-20, 2012
Ulysses S. Grant Collection Open House
June 23, 2009
Ulysses S. Grant Association Annual Meeting 2009
May 3-5, 2009
Presentation of Presidential Papers – The Ulysses S. Grant Collection
January 30, 2009
Author and former jurist Frank Williams looked at the question facing Union leaders in the post-war era: Should ex-Confederates receive pardons? He discussed President Andrew Johnson’s lenient approach after Abraham Lincoln’s assassination. He also talked about the cases of former Confederate President Jefferson Davis and General Robert E. Lee — both of whom avoided prosecution — as well as that of Henry Wirz, the Andersonville prison commander who was executed. This program was from the annual Lincoln Forum symposium.
Farmweek | Off The Highway – MSU Library | September 13, 2018
In this week’s Farmweek feature, we’re pleased to premiere a new segment, created especially for all those who enjoy discovering those hidden gems out on the road! In this first episode, we explore a couple of unsung places on the Mississippi State University campus. Zac Ashmore takes us “Off the Highway.”
Could the Civil War Have Been Avoided?
One hundred and fifty years after the outbreak of the Civil War, a panel of historians debated whether or not the war could have been avoided. They also responded to questions from members of the audience. Frank Williams moderated. “Could the War Have Been Avoided?” was a Thursday panel at the 15th annual Lincoln Forum, “The Coming of the Civil War: Enter Lincoln, Exit the South,” held at the Wyndham Hotel in Gettysburg.
Grant Presidential Library
Perhaps no state did more to advance and propel the career of Ulysses S. Grant than Mississippi. Thus, it stands to reason that his memoirs are housed at Mississippi State – one of only six universities in the country to host a presidential library.