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Adam Badeau (1831–1895)

Badeau, Adam. An American soldier and author; born in New York City, Dec. 29, 1831; died in Ridgewood, NJ, March 19, 1895. He served in the United States Army during the Civil War, was military secretary to General Grant in 1864–69, then secretary of legation in London, and from 1870 till 1881 consul-general there, and in 1882–84 in Havana. He accompanied General Grant on his tour around the world in 1877–78. Author of: ‘The Vagabond’ (New York, 1858); ‘Military History of U. S. Grant’ (3 vols., 1867–81); ‘Conspiracy: a Cuban Romance’ (1885); ‘Aristocracy in England’ (1886); and ‘Grant in Peace’ (1886).