President Harrison


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Noun1.President Harrison - 23rd President of the United States (1833-1901)President Harrison - 23rd President of the United States (1833-1901)
2.President Harrison - 9th President of the United StatesPresident Harrison - 9th President of the United States; caught pneumonia during his inauguration and died shortly after (1773-1841)
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1889 - President Harrison opens Oklahoma for white colonization
The Atheists Society of Kenya president Harrison Mumia has been sacked by the Central Bank of Kenya over gross misconduct.
Statel and 's properties in nearby provinces of Cavite and Laguna are impressive, and we are more than excited for the opportunities to develop them,' said Suntrust president Harrison Paltongan, who was also named president of Statel and .
Stateland's existing properties in the nearby provinces of Cavite and Laguna are impressive, and we are more than excited for the opportunities to develop them,' Suntrust President Harrison Paltongan said.
(Although this is no longer the case, it's instructive to remember that, with few exceptions, America's movie studios were administered by Republicans at least through the 1960s.) Former president Harrison, along with McKinley's younger brother Abner, invested in the American Mutoscope & Biograph Company, an early producer of motion pictures, and Abner McKinley was instrumental in having films made of his brother the candidate.
Warder and his wife had just purchased an old farm that had once belonged to President Harrison overlooking the Ohio River in North Bend, Ohio.
Our experience is far beyond what we have expected," says Suntrust president Harrison M.
As the 1892 election approached and voters grew disillusioned with President Harrison, Cleveland regained popularity and began campaigning to recapture the presidency.
The Memorial was formally presented to President Harrison on March 5, 1891.
FELA was originally passed in 1908 when President Harrison compared the dangers of working in the railroad industry to the plights of soldiers at war.
Cleveland beat President Harrison and moved back into the White House, the only man in American history to make such a dramatic comeback.