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William Henry Harrison

Lesson Plans | Primary Sources |

 

Lesson Plans:

The Campaign of 1840: William Henry Harrison and Tyler, Too - this unit allow students to become familiar with the issues and personalities and to review an assortment of primary documents. As students analyze them, they reflect on the presidential campaign of 1840. How was it conducted? What was the role of campaign advertising? How crucial were issues to the election of William Henry Harrison? How crucial was image?
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Primary Source Documents:

William Henry Harrison's Innaugural Address - President Harrison has the dual distinction among all the Presidents of giving the longest inaugural speech and of serving the shortest term of office. Known to the public as "Old Tippecanoe," the former general of the Indian campaigns delivered an hour-and-forty-five-minute speech in a snowstorm.


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