William H. Harrison (1841)

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POSITIONS:

Candidate for President (1836)
President (1841)

VICE PRESIDENT AND FIRST LADY:

John Tyler
John Tyler
Anna Harrison
Anna Harrison

 

OVERVIEW:

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Miller Center
American Presidents (C-SPAN)
History Channel

 

RESOURCES:

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The Death of William Henry Harrison, 1846

Messages and Letters (Volume 1)
Messages and Letters (Volume 2: Part 1, Part 2)
Indiana Historical Society
Public Papers (American Presidency Project)
Papers (Library of Congress)
Online Books (University of Pennsylvania)

1840 ELECTION:

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1841 INAUGURATION:

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Inauguration of William H. Harrison, in Washington, D.C on March, 4, 1841.

1841 Address (Transcript)
Library of Congress (1841)
Joint Congressional Committee (1841)

CABINET:

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William Henry Harrison by John Sartain

Attorney General:
John J. Crittenden (1841)

Secretary of the Navy:
George E. Badger (1841)

Postmaster General:
Francis Granger (1841)

Secretary of State:
Daniel Webster (1841-1843)

Secretary of the Treasury:
Thomas Ewing (1841)

Secretary of War:
John Bell (1841)

CONGRESS:

Speaker of the House:
John White (1841-1843)

HISTORIC SITES:

William Henry Harrison Home
Grouseland, Home of William Henry Harrison in Vincennes, Indiana

Grouseland (Indiana home)
Berkeley Plantation (birthplace)

IMAGE GALLERY:

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ARTICLES:

What Really Killed William Henry Harrison (NYT, 2014)

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