William Harrison was born in Virginia on February 9, 1773.
In 1791, he changed career paths joining the First Infantry of the Regular Army and heading to the Northwest.
Harrison served as governor from 1801 until 1813 of the Indiana territories. He won a nominal victory over the Indians at Tippecanoe and a more decisive one at the Battle of the Thames.
Was the 23rd President of the United States of America (1889–1893).
Was the 10tth president of the United States and the first Vice President to be elevated to the office of President by the death of his predecessor.
Was the 12th President of the United States and an American military leader who enjoyed the status of a national hero.
Is best known for his role in writing the Declaration of Independence, his foreign services, his two terms as president and his omnipresent face on the modern nickel
Was the first U.S president born as a citizen of the United States for whom English was a second language.
Was the fifth President of the US from 1817 to 1825.
Served as the 11th US president from 1845 to 1849.
Was the seventh president of the United States.
who shaped the foreign policy in line with his ardently nationalist commitment to America’s republican values.