Jefferson National Parks Association (JNPA) operates the park's bookstore. A portion of their sales revenue is returned to the park to support interpretive and educational activities at the site.
A wide range of items are available in the sales area, including books (Grant memoirs and biographies, Civil War, presidential, African-American, St. Louis, and women's history), children's books, activities and toys, videos & CDs, Grant presidential china, shirts, and site-specific items like postcards, prints, T-shirts, magnets, key chains and mugs.
A selection of these items are available for ordering through the association website:
Did You Know?
Ulysses Grant freed the only slave he is known to have owned, William Jones, in March 1859. It is unclear exactly when or why he acquired Jones from his father-in-law, Colonel Frederick Dent.