9 edition of The life of William Henry Harrison, (of Ohio,) the people"s candidate for the presidency. found in the catalog.
Also published under title: A sketch of the life and public services of William Henry Harrison.
|LC Classifications||E392 .J128 1840a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 15-212 p.|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||42030666|
William Henry Harrison Give him a barrel of hard cider and settle a pension of two thousand a year on him, and my word for it," a Democratic newspaper foolishly gibed about William Henry Harrison "he will sit by the side of a 'sea coal' fire, and study moral philosophy.". William Henry Harrison Murray, (From Adirondack Murray, a biographical appreciation by Harry V. Radford, ) William Henry Harrison Murray, c. New York Public Library Image Frontispiece to Camp Life in the Adirondacks, "O, royal sight it was to see them come one after another over the verge." S. R. Stoddard said that Murray's Phantom Falls were the .
NY Times Op-Ed Columnist Gail Collins and host Sheryl McCarthy talk about Gail's newest book, "William Henry Harrison," the drama and comedy of his run-up to the White House as the 9th president. Book/Printed Material The life of William Henry Harrison, (of Ohio,) the people's candidate for the presidency. With a history of the wars with the British and Indians on our north-western frontier.
The Life of Major-General William Henry Harrison: Comprising a Brief Account of His Important Civil and Military Services, and an Accurate Description of the Council at Vincennes with Tecumseh, as well as the Victories of Tippecanoe, Fort Meigs and the Thames. Philadelphia: Grigg & Elliot and T. K. & P. G. Collins, 1st Edition: 1st Edition. William Henry Harrison: His Life and Times. Garrett and Massie. pp. James Hall. A Memoir of the Public Services of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio. Philadelphia: Key & Biddle. pp. Richard Hildreth. The People's Presidential Candidate, Or, The Life of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio. Weeks, Jordan and Company. pp.
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William Henry Harrison: The Life and Legacy of the First American President to Die in Office is an okay e-book that describes the life of an Indian fighter, politician, territorial governor of the Indiana territory, and the president with the shortest term.
One of his most important legacies was creating the foundation for the American civil /5(16). William Henry Harrison was the ninth president of the United States () and the first to die in office. Synopsis Born in Virginia on February 9,William Henry Harrison became the ninth Born: After all, William Henry Harrison was president only for 31 days (from March 4th to April 4th, ) and he was sick for much of that time.
It would be difficult for any author, even in a page book (within the norm for the American Presidents Series) to garner enough material from such a brief time in office/5(72). The second biography of Harrison I read was “Mr. Jefferson’s Hammer: William Henry Harrison and the Origins of American Indian Policy” by Robert Owens.
In contrast to Cleaves’s book, this is a less-than-full-scale biography. William Henry Harrison book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.3/5. Sue Ann Painter talked about her book, William Henry Harrison: Father of the West, about the life and career of President William Henry Harrison.
In the ninth in a series on American presidents, the life and career of William Henry Harrison is discussed. Harrison was president of the U.S. for only. His son, book Henry Harrison, and his great-grandson, Benjamin Harrison (), later became presidents of the United States.
During the American Revolution, the Harrison family home in Virginia was looted of valuables and sacked, but left standing, by the British.
Anna Tuthill Symmes Harrison, wife of President William Henry Harrison and grandmother of President Benjamin Harrison, was First Lady during her. William Henry Harrison died just thirty-one days after taking the oath of office in Today he is a curiosity in American history, but as Gail Collins shows in this entertaining and revelatory biography, he and his career are worth a closer look.
William Henry Harrison Murray (–), also known as Adirondack Murray, was an American clergyman and author of an influential series of articles and books which popularized the Adirondack Mountains in Upstate New became known as the father of the Outdoor Movement.
Born in Guilford, Connecticut, he graduated from Yale in and then served as. Get this from a library. The people's presidential candidate; or The life of William Henry Harrison, of Ohio. [Richard Hildreth]. Born and raised in Virginia, Harrison attended some school before entering the army, then entered politics afterwards, becoming a secretary of territory, representative and took on many other positions.
Today, we will be exploring some facts about William Henry Harrison’s presidency and life. William Henry Harrison Fast Facts. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Life of William Henry Harrison, the People's Candidate for the Presidency with a His by Jackson Rand (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. "Sunday Morning" correspondent Mo Rocca explores the life and abbreviated time in office of America's 9th President, William Henry Harrison, who took ill during his Inauguration and died a month. Get this from a library. The life of William Henry Harrison (of Ohio,): the people's candidate for the presidency: with a history of the wars with the British and Indians on our north-western frontier.
[Isaac Rand Jackson]. The life of William Henry Harrison, the 9th P.O.T.U.S La vie de William Henry Harrison, le 9eme president de les Etats-Unis William Henry Harrison Wil. When one is looking quickly over the lives of the Presidents of the United States, it is easy to overlook William Henry Harrison.
After all, he only served as the Chief Executive for 30 days, and he spent the majority of those in bed, fighting for his life and eventually losing. Excerpt from Biographical Sketch of the Life and Services of Gen. William Henry Harrison: Together With His Letter to Simon Bolivar He received the commission of Ensign, in the first regiment of the United States Artillery, then at Fort Washington, the site of the present city of Cincinnati, and immediately set out to join the army, and reached it a few days after Gen.
: William Henry Harrison. Age. Date of birth. Friday 09 Mar Birth place. North Bend, Hamilton County, Ohio, USA. Date of death: 15 Sep. William Henry Harrison Young Tippecanoe by Howard Peckham William Henry Harrison Young Tippecanoe was written for young readers.
This book is included as part of a series on our patriots and tells of Billy Harrison’s adventures as a youngster.
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Free shipping for many products!William Henry Harrison caught a serious case of pneumonia, and on April 4 that same year he died. He was the first President to die in office.
 Harrison was the oldest president to take office at 68 years, 23 days, until when Ronald Reagan was a year older than ted by: John Quincy Adams.