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(har'i-sŏn),
Edward, English physician, 1766-1838. See: Harrison groove.
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By 1840, the Whig candidate William Henry Harrison felt compelled to explain that "appearing among my fellow citizens" was the "only way to disprove" his rivals' charge that he was a "caged simpleton." His efforts were modest by modern standards but significant for the nominee of a party that in many ways represented the old privileged order.
For William Henry Harrison, his address was literally fatal, and he died of pneumonia thirty days later--I have a reasonable chance of getting out of here alive because I'm between you and the exits.
He investigates possible associations from their service in the Civil War and such things as a patent application for an airship dated Jan 28, 1896, in which a William Henry Harrison Hart is assigned one-half of the patent rights.
William Henry Harrison's army clinched the naval victory by decisively defeating the small British army and its allied Indian force on Oct.
Serving for just 32 days from March 4 1841, William Henry Harrison served the shortest term of office.
William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, and Milllard Fillmore
William Henry Harrison: "My hairy men's ill-worn hair."
Short stories about amazing turning points in the nation and in the lives of its most famous and notable figures, and a handful of black-and-white photographs illustrate such priceless items as the allegedly cursed Hope Diamond, a portrait of President William Henry Harrison (whose determination to brave below-freezing temperatures to give a long inaugural speech led to his contraction of pneumonia and untimely death one month after taking office), to a photograph of the doctor who revolutionized the method of saving lives with blood transfusions, and much more fill this entertaining compilation that can be read all at once or savored a bit at a time.
William Henry Harrison was governor of the Indiana Territory, if I recall correctly, and was known for breaking treaty agreements with the Shawnee and others.
William Henry Harrison's supporters produced and used hundreds of items in the design of a log cabin.
Late one night as l was cramming jokes for Clinton's first White I louse Correspondents Dinner, I came across an article about the hundred day accomplishments of previous presidents, wherein it yeas mentioned parenthetically that America's ninth president, William Henry Harrison, died on his thirty-second day in office.
Crockett's opposition presidents are William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, Millard Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, Grover Cleveland, Woodrow Wilson, Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford, and Bill Clinton.