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  1. Benjamin Harrison, 1833-1901;: Chronology, documents, bibliographical aids (Oceana presidential chronology series, 9) by Harry Joseph Sievers, 1969
  2. APPOINTMENT OF BRITISH CONSULATE FOR LOUISIANA, ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA AND FLORIDA. Signed by Benjamin Harrison as President by Benjamin (1833-1901) Harrison, 1893-01-01
  3. BENJAMIN HARRISON 1833-1901 Chronology Documents Bibliographical Aids
  4. The Constitution And Administration Of United States Of America by Harrison Benjamin 1833-1901, 2010-09-27
  5. Speeches of Benjamin Harrison, twenty-third president of the United States; a complete collection of his public addresses from February, 1888, to February, 1892 .. by Benjamin, 1833-1901 Harrison, 2009-10-26
  6. This country of ours. by Harrison. Benjamin. 1833-1901., 1897
  7. Public papers and addresses of Benjamin Harrison, twenty-third President of the United States, March 4, 1889, to March 4, 1893 by Benjamin Harrison 1833-1901 United States. President (1889-1893 : Harrison), 1893-12-31
  8. Benjamin Harrison: Our Twenty-Third President (Presidents of the U.S.a.) by Sandra Francis, 2008-08
  9. Benjamin Harrison (Profiles of the Presidents) by Robert Green, 2003-08
  10. Benjamin Harrison: The American Presidents Series: The 23rd President, 1889-1893 by Charles W. Calhoun, 2005-06-06
  11. The Presidency of Benjamin Harrison (American Presidency Series) by Homer E. Socolofsky, Allan B. Spetter, 1987-05
  12. Benjamin Harrison: Centennial President (First Men, America's Presidents) by Anne Chieko Moore, 2009-05-15
  13. Benjamin Harrison by Elisabeth P. Myers, 1969-06
  14. Benjamin Harrison (Presidential Leaders) by Bruce Adelson, 2006-06-06

1. Harrison, Benjamin (Open Library)
Books by Harrison, Benjamin This country of ours 5 editions first published in 1897 Read

2. HARRISON, BENJAMIN - Encyclopedia Britannica - HARRISON, BENJAMIN - JCSM's Study
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3. Benjamin Harrison | The White House
Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd President of the United States, from 18891893.
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    Nominated for President on the eighth ballot at the 1888 Republican Convention, Benjamin Harrison conducted one of the first "front-porch" campaigns, delivering short speeches to delegations that visited him in Indianapolis. As he was only 5 feet, 6 inches tall, Democrats called him "Little Ben"; Republicans replied that he was big enough to wear the hat of his grandfather, "Old Tippecanoe." Born in 1833 on a farm by the Ohio River below Cincinnati, Harrison attended Miami University in Ohio and read law in Cincinnati. He moved to Indianapolis, where he practiced law and campaigned for the Republican Party. He married Caroline Lavinia Scott in 1853. After the Civil Warhe was Colonel of the 70th Volunteer InfantryHarrison became a pillar of Indianapolis, enhancing his reputation as a brilliant lawyer. The Democrats defeated him for Governor of Indiana in 1876 by unfairly stigmatizing him as "Kid Gloves" Harrison. In the 1880's he served in the United States Senate, where he championed Indians. homesteaders, and Civil War veterans.

4. Benjamin Harrison - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Benjamin Harrison (August 20, 1833 – March 13, 1901) was the 23rd President of the United States, serving one term from 1889 to 1893. Harrison, a grandson of President William
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1st Brigade of the 1st Division of the XX Corps Battles/wars American Civil War Benjamin Harrison (August 20, 1833 – March 13, 1901) was the President of the United States , serving one term from 1889 to 1893. Harrison, a grandson of President William Henry Harrison , was born in North Bend, Ohio

5. Harrison, Benjamin
HARRISON, Benjamin (1833–1901), 23d president of the U.S. (1889–93), who directed a reformulation of the Monroe Doctrine that was to end American isolationism and set the

6. Benjamin Harrison
Portrait, sculpture, and biographical information from the Smithsonian collection.
Benjamin Harrison
Twenty-third President (1889-1893)
Much like his presidential grandfather William Henry Harrison, Benjamin Harrison did not owe his White House nomination of 1888 to lustrous performances in lesser political offices. Rather, he was a safe, clean, and loyal Republican. That, along with his kinship with a former President, seemed to be quite enough to earn him his party's endorsement. Known as the "iceberg," Harrison was unusually detached from the normal hurly-burly of politics, and in domestic matters, his presidential style was essentially passive. As a result, he took little part in shaping the major congressional measures of his administration, including the landmark Sherman Antitrust Act. In foreign policy, however, Harrison exercised more influence, and his enthusiasm for a stronger American posture in the international arena foreshadowed this country's emergence as a world power after 1900. This drawing of Harrison is thought to be a preliminary sketch for a large formal portrait by Eastman Johnson, which hangs today in the White House.
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Charcoal and chalk on paper, circa 1895

7. Presidents Of The United States (POTUS)
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Links immediately following the image of the American Flag ( ) are links to other POTUS sites. All other links lead to sites elsewhere on the Web. Jump to: Presidential Election Results Cabinet Members Notable Events Internet Biographies ... Points of Interest Benjamin Harrison 23rd President of the United States
(March 4, 1889 to March 3, 1893 Nicknames: "Kid Gloves Harrison"; "Little Ben" Born: August 20, 1833, in North Bend, Ohio
Died: March 13, 1901, in Indianapolis, Indiana Father: John Scott Harrison
Mother: Elizabeth Ramsey Irwin Harrison
Married: Caroline Lavinia Scott (1832-1892) , on October 20, 1853; Mary Scott Lord Dimmick (1858-1948), on April 6, 1896
Children: Russell Benjamin Harrison (1854-1936); Mary Scott Harrison (1858-1930); Elizabeth Harrison (1897-1955) Religion: Presbyterian
Education: Graduated from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio (1852)
Occupation: Lawyer
Political Party: Republican
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Presidential Salary: $50,000/year Presidential Election Results: Year Popular Votes Electoral Votes Benjamin Harrison Grover Cleveland Grover Cleveland Benjamin Harrison James B. Weaver

8. HARRISON, Benjamin - Biographical Information
HARRISON, Benjamin, (greatgrandson of Benjamin Harrison 1726-1791, grandson of President William Henry Harrison, son of John Scott Harrison of Ohio, and grandfather of William

9. Benjamin Harrison (president Of United States) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Facts about Harrison, Benjamin Cleveland, as discussed in Britannica Compton's Encyclopedia Cleveland, Grover First Term and Defeat Facts about Harrison, Benjamin electoral
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10. Benjamin Harrison Biography
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      Benjamin Harrison was the twenty-third President of the United States. He served from 1889-1893. He was born on August 20, 1833 in North Bend, Ohio. He was named for his great-grandfather, who had been a signer of the Declaration of Independence. His father, John, was a farmer and Benjamin was one of nine children. Benjamin was seven years old when his grandfather, William Henry Harrison, was elected President in 1841. Benjamins father lived too far from town to make schooling feasible, so he built a one room schoolhouse of his own and hired a teacher each winter to teach his children. When Harrison was fourteen, he was sent away to a college prep school and at sixteen, entered Miami University in Ohio. He studied hard and graduated in 1852 at the age of eighteen. Harrison moved to Cincinnati and began to clerk and study law. In 1853, he married Caroline Scott, whose father was president of a girls school in Oxford, Ohio. They would have two children. After completing his law studies, Harrison moved to Indianapolis, Indiana and established a law practice in 1854. Harrison did well and, in 1855, began a partnership with William Wallace. In 1860, he entered politics as a Republican and ran for the office of Reporter to the Supreme Court of Indiana. The speaking and debate skills that he developed in college paid off and he won the election easily.

11. Harrison, Benjamin - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
Harrison, Benjamin (1833–1901) 23rd president of the USA 1889–93, a Republican. He called the first PanAmerican Conference, which led to the establishment of the Pan-American, Benjamin

12. Harrison, Benjamin: West's Encyclopedia Of American Law
On March 4, 1889, Benjamin Harrison was sworn in as the twentythird president of the United States. Forty-eight years to the day earlier, his grandfather, WILLIAM H. HARRISON,had

13. Harrison, Benjamin Legal Definition Of Harrison, Benjamin. Harrison, Benjamin Sy
Benjamin Harrison. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS. On March 4, 1889, Benjamin Harrison was sworn in as the twentythird president of the United States. Forty-eight years to the day earlier, his, Benjamin

14. Harrison, Benjamin
Harrison, Benjamin (b. Aug. 20, 1833, North Bend, Ohio, U.S.d. March 13, 1901, Indianapolis, Ind.), 23rd president of the United States (served 188993), a moderate Republican
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(b . Aug. 20, 1833, North Bend, Ohio, U.S.d. March 13, 1901, Indianapolis, Ind.), 23rd president of the United States (served 1889-93), a moderate Republican who won an electoral majority while losing the popular vote by more than 90,000 to his opponent, Democrat Grover Cleveland. Grandson of the ninth U.S. president, William Henry Harrison (elected 1840), young Harrison found an inviting arena for his political ambitions in the newly formed Republican Party when he moved to Indianapolis to practice law in the mid-1850s. After three years of service as a Union officer in the U.S. Civil War (1861-65), Harrison resumed his law practice and political interest, publicly supporting the Radical Republicans' firm Reconstruction policy toward the South. Although he failed to win the governorship of Indiana in 1876, his energetic campaign brought him national prominence. Elected to the U.S. Senate in 1881, he was nominated for the presidency by the Republicans in 1888 and won the election by 233 electoral votes to Cleveland's 168. Harrison's administration was marked by an innovative foreign policy and expanding U.S. influence abroad. His secretary of state, James G.

15. Benjamin Harrison's Obituary
Reproduced from the March 14, 1901, issue of The New York Times.
Benjamin Harrison's Obituary
[From page 1 of The New York Times, March 14, 1901]
Ex-President's Battle for Life Ended Yesterday Afternoon.
Physicians Realized Early in the Morning That Death Was Not Far Off Flags of Indianapolis at Half Mast.
Services Will be Held Sunday Mr. McKinley Will Attend.
She Will Arrive in Indianapolis at Noon To-day.
Special to the New York Times.
Estimated that It Will Inventory at from $250,000 to $300,000.
He Will Officially Proclaim the Death of Gen. Harrison.
Mr. Cleveland and Others Speak in Terms of Praise.
INDIANAPOLIS, March 13. The following tribute to the memory of Gen. Harrison from ex-Attorney General W.H.H. Miller, who was closely associated with the ex-President in his official, processional, and social life:
He Won an Enviable Record as Lawyer, Soldier, and Statesman.

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17. Benjamin Harrison: Inaugural Address. U.S. Inaugural Addresses. 1989
Complete text of speech delivered Monday, March 4, 1889. Includes background information.
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Inaugural Address
Monday, March 4, 1889
Nominated on the 8th ballot of the Republican convention, the Civil War veteran, jurist, and Senator from Indiana was the only grandson of a President to be elected to the office, as well as the only incumbent to lose in the following election to the person he had defeated. In a rainstorm, the oath of office was administered by Chief Justice Melville Fuller on the East Portico of the Capitol. President Cleveland held an umbrella over his head as he took the oath. John Philip Sousa's Marine Corps band played for a large crowd at the inaugural ball in the Pension Building.
T HERE is no constitutional or legal requirement that the President shall take the oath of office in the presence of the people, but there is so manifest an appropriateness in the public induction to office of the chief executive officer of the nation that from the beginning of the Government the people, to whose service the official oath consecrates the officer, have been called to witness the solemn ceremonial. The oath taken in the presence of the people becomes a mutual covenant. The officer covenants to serve the whole body of the people by a faithful execution of the laws, so that they may be the unfailing defense and security of those who respect and observe them, and that neither wealth, station, nor the power of combinations shall be able to evade their just penalties or to wrest them from a beneficent public purpose to serve the ends of cruelty or selfishness.

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20. President Benjamin Harrison Home Official Site
Former residence of President Benjamin Harrison that is now a museum dedicated to his life. Biographical information.

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