State of the Union Addresses by United States Presidents (1869 - 1876)

Ulysses S. GRANT (1822 - 1885)

The State of the Union address is a speech presented by the President of the United States to a joint session of the United States Congress, typically delivered annually. The address not only reports on the condition of the nation but also allows the President to outline his legislative agenda (for which he needs the cooperation of Congress) and national priorities. This album contains recordings of addresses from Ulysses S. Grant. - Summary by Wikipedia

Genre(s): Literary Collections, Political Science

Language: English

Group: State of the Union Addresses

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 01 Ulysses S. Grant, December 6, 1869 Colleen McMahon
00:49:17
Play 02 Ulysses S. Grant, December 5, 1870, part 1 eWinters
00:31:00
Play 03 Ulysses S. Grant, December 5, 1870, part 2 eWinters
00:22:17
Play 04 Ulysses S. Grant, December 4, 1871 Shasta
00:59:57
Play 05 Ulysses S. Grant, December 2, 1872 Kristine Bekere
00:29:44
Play 06 Ulysses S. Grant, December 1, 1873, part 1 eWinters
00:36:52
Play 07 Ulysses S. Grant, December 1, 1873, part 2 eWinters
00:25:33
Play 08 Ulysses S. Grant, December 7, 1874, part 1 Owen Cook
00:31:58
Play 09 Ulysses S. Grant, December 7, 1874, part 2 Owen Cook
00:26:38
Play 10 Ulysses S. Grant, December 7, 1875, part 1 realisticspeakers
00:52:27
Play 11 Ulysses S. Grant, December 7, 1875, part 2 realisticspeakers
00:46:15
Play 12 Ulysses S. Grant, December 5, 1876 realisticspeakers
00:52:26