William Henry Harrison


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Noun1.William Henry Harrison - 9th President of the United StatesWilliam Henry Harrison - 9th President of the United States; caught pneumonia during his inauguration and died shortly after (1773-1841)
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The choice pleased his father, who wrote that the Harrison name would be enough to pave his way and the citizens would love him as they loved his grandfather, William Henry Harrison.
Brett started sharing events that also occurred in 1889: the invention of the first mechanical dishwasher; the World's Fair in Paris; the inauguration of President William Henry Harrison. All of the posts entice followers to ask, "What else happened in 1889?"
Incumbent President Donald Trump was 70, former president Ronald Reagan was 69 and former president William Henry Harrison Sr was 68.
"There is nothing more corrupting, nothing more destructive of the noblest and finest feelings of our nature, than the exercise of unlimited power." a William Henry Harrison
The senior power couple at William Henry Harrison High has broken up, and this novel explains the fallout.
Other presidents who didn't nominate a Supreme Court justice are William Henry Harrison, Zachary Taylor and Andrew Johnson.
1 can recite the presidents in order, and I certainly meant Benjamin Harrison, the grandson of William Henry Harrison.--Steve Byas
1841 - US President William Henry Harrison dies of pneumonia.
Grant, Millard Fillmore, Franklin Pierce, and William Henry Harrison; the papers of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud; a collection of more than 4,600 newspapers from Japanese-American internment camps; a collection of web-based comic books; and 25,000 fire insurance maps from communities across the U.S., the first installment of 500,000 that will be accessible online.
William Henry Harrison, who became US president in 1841, grew ill and died a month into his term of office, leaving no policy legacy whatsoever.
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