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(har'i-sŏn),
Edward, English physician, 1766-1838. See: Harrison groove.
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From Lincoln through Benjamin Harrison, every president to have a beard has been a Republican.
Every President since Benjamin Harrison has been a Gridiron guest before an audience that includes journalists, cabinet members, senators, governors, generals and ambassadors.
In 1888, Benjamin Harrison lost to Grover Cleveland--47.
His achievements went beyond retail and into the political sphere, when he was named postmaster general of the United States by President Benjamin Harrison in 1888.
62%, 168 electoral votes Winner: Benjamin Harrison (R) 47.
This last happened in 1888, when Republican Party candidate Benjamin Harrison beat Grover Cleveland despite trailing him in the popular vote.
For better or worse, the Electoral College has the potential to become an important issue after the election because, for the first time since the 1888 election of Benjamin Harrison, the winner of the electoral vote may differ from the winner of the popular vote.
The last time, or (depending on how you score 1876) the only time, the Electoral College differed from the popular vote was in 1888, when Republican Benjamin Harrison won the Electoral College while being edged out by Democratic President Grover Cleveland in the popular vote.
Army in charge of the energy conservation program at Fort Benjamin Harrison in Indianapolis.
Arthur, Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, Warren G.
The plantation was bought by the Harrison family in 1691; in 1726, Benjamin Harrison IV built America's first three-story house there, a fine example of Georgian architecture.
He stood for election for a second term but was defeated by the Republican Benjamin Harrison, who served from 1889 to 1893.