What motivated President Benjamin Harrison
to proclaim the first national celebration of Columbus in 1892?
When it comes to the long view of presidential achievement, you have to turn to the historians -- people who have managed to acquire strong opinions about Millard Fillmore and Benjamin Harrison
We liked the idea of an object that can emulate a place and a time," says Benjamin Harrison
Bryant, the Brooklyn constituent of international design collective Field Experiments, which also includes Paul Marcus Fuog of Melbourne and Karim Charlebois-Zariffa of Montreal.
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, William McKinley, Calvin Coolidge, Herbert Hoover, and William Jefferson Clinton; Tony Blair; M.
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, Benjamin Cassidy, Jamie Sheard, Joshua Hall, Alex Rowden, Kian Taheri, Joshua Gregory, Jenson Robinson, Alfie Micheal, Charlie Crocket and Henry Crowhurst.
Following an 1893 coup by American settlers against the native Hawaiian government, Benjamin Harrison
had tried to rush an annexation treaty through the Senate during his last days as president.
Missiologists are generally familiar with the Ecumenical Missionary Conference held at Carnegie Hall in New York City in April 1900, attended by up to 200,000 people over a ten-day period and addressed by President William McKinley and former president Benjamin Harrison
Add in Benjamin Harrison
as the percussion-playing dog with the best woof I've ever heard in a human and it's a golden cast.
Democratic President Grover Cleveland won a larger share of the popular vote than Benjamin Harrison
in 1888, but he lost his home state of New York and the electoral vote to his Republican foe, the report added.
In 1890, President Benjamin Harrison
appointed him U.
Included in this title are many captivating stories about Robert Lincoln's life, from his Springfield childhood through his hail-fellow, well-met days at Harvard to his brief service in the Civil War as a member of General Grant's staff to appointments as Secretary of War by President James Garfield and as Minister to Great Britain by President Benjamin Harrison
, and, finally, to his lucrative and controversial presidency of the Pullman Company.
She praises President Benjamin Harrison
after he "quickly refrained" from kissing a tot offered to him.
southwest to Atlanta, and then northwest across Tennessee and Kentucky to Fort Benjamin Harrison
When the Vatican supported him, the patriotic cardinal proudly informed President Benjamin Harrison
Army Finance School at Fort Benjamin Harrison
, Indianapolis, he was retained there as an instructor for 1 1/2 years.