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Ulysses S Grant's Old Detroit House Plans a Road Trip

Before Ulysses S. Grant won the Civil War or ascended to the presidency, he was a young army officer stationed in Detroit. He moved here in 1849 and was gone for good by 1851, but he was the only president to bother living in Detroit, so we've clung his old house ever since. Originally located in what is now Lafayette Park, the Grant House has been mouldering in the State Fairgrounds for quite some time. According to the Freep, the Grant House will soon embark on another road trip to a location closer to its original spot.

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