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    William Henry Harrison

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    William Henry Harrison William Henry Harrison was born February 9th, 1773 on Berkeley Plantation in Charles City County, Virginia (Peterson 4). Harrison was the youngest of seven children in his family. His family was wealthy and participated in politics actively (Miller Center). Harrison’s father was governor of Virginia for three terms (Miller Center) and signed the declaration of Independence (The White House). During this time in history, younger male siblings would usually enter the military

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    William Henry Harrison

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    William Henry Harrison, (1773-1841), was 9th President of the United States. The oldest president up until then, he was also the first to die in office, surviving only one month. With his known Indian fighting his was given the nickname “Old Tippecanoe” and “Old Tip.” He was the first presidential candidate to campaign actively for office. His election slogan was “Tippecanoe and Tyler Too!” William Henry Harrison was born on Feb. 9, 1773, on the James River in Charles City County, Virginia. He was

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    Introduction Harrison accomplished so many honors, one including the rank of brigadier general in the war of 1812 (“William Henry Harrison”, History.com). In 1840, Whigs Candidate, William Henry Harrison was presented as a simple frontier Indian fighter; having the nickname "Old Tip" (“American President: a reference resource”). He was the first presidential candidate to campaign actively for office. By using the slogan “Tippecanoe and Tyler too” he was able to further exploit his image; John Tyler

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    Biography: William Henry Harrison

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    William Henry Harrison, who was nicknamed “Old Tippecanoe” was the ninth president of the United States and was born on February 9, 1773 in Charles City County, Virginia. He attended Hampden Sydney College in 1787 where he studied history and then later on joined his brother to learn medicine in Richmond, Virginia in 1790. That same year he switched his interest and joined the First Infantry of the Regular Army in 1791. Later he headed northwest where he spent much of his life. William Henry Harrison

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    On March 4th, 1841, William Henry Harrison took office, becoming the 9th President of the United States. Our ninth president is mostly known for his incredibly short time in office, which lasted only one month. Contrary to popular belief, the life of Harrison was incredibly eventful, and held many achievements. To begin, Harrison’s early life took place on his wealthy father’s plantation in Virginia, then going to college in order to study history at Hampden-Sydney College, and later medicine at

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    William Henry Harrison was born in Charles City County, Virginia in British America. He was the last president to be born before America separated from Britain. Harrison was the youngest of five siblings. His father, Benjamin harrison V, was a planter and a delegate to the Continental Congress who signed the Declaration of Independance. His father was also the governor of Virginia during the american revolutionary war. In 1787, at the age of 14, Harrison entered the Presbyterian Hampden–Sydney

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    William Henry Harrison revolutionized electioneering during his presidential campaign in 1840. He accomplished this by distributing mass quantities of merchandise, compiling a song book of ditties, creating a huge “Get Out the Vote” campaign, and rallying the American people in large numbers. In addition to electioneering strategies, Harrison successfully personified himself as an ordinary America. This “common man” spirit and new campaign tactics truly changes electioneering in the United States

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    Anna Harrison

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    The wife of William Henry Harrison, the ninth President of the United States, Anna Harrison never assumed her duties as first lady, however, she did achieve many firsts among those who held this position. Not only was she the first in her position to receive a formal education, she was, at age 65, the oldest woman to become first lady. Because she was the first to become a widow while her husband was in office, Anna Harrison was the first former first lady to receive a pension. She was also the first

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    Tecumseh Research Paper

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    In March of 1768, in present-day Ohio, Tecumseh was born. Tecumseh's name means "Panther in the sky." Tecumseh was the fifth born in his family. His mom, Methotaske, was a Creek, and his dad, Puckeshinewa, was a Shawnee. He excelled at the game's Indian boys played. He also organized other boys to go on hunts. When Tecumseh was younger he admired and looked up to the warriors, like his older brother. He also tried to be like the warriors. Later in his life, Tecumseh became a powerful chief to the

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    Mission Command: Governor Henry Harrison and the Battle of Tippecanoe Successful leadership on a battlefield can be measured in different ways. It is possible for a good, successful leader to lose a battle. Conversely, it is possible for an ineffective leader to win a battle, given the right circumstances. What distinguishes a successful leader from an unsuccessful one is his/her ability to oversee an operation using effective mission command. In ADP 6-0, mission command as a philosophy is defined

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