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Tippecanoe inauguration ball, March 4, 1841

Tippecanoe inauguration ball, March 4, 1841

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Published by Murphy in Balt .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Harrison, William Henry, -- 1773-1841 -- Inauguration, 1841 -- Miscellanea,
  • Presidents -- United States -- Election -- 1841 -- Miscellanea

  • Edition Notes

    GenreMiscellanea
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23226595M
    LC Control Number2009655205

    William Henry Harrison (February 9, – April 4, ) was an American military leader, politician, and the ninth President of the United States. He served as the first Governor of the Indiana Territory and later as a U.S. Representative and Senator from Ohio. Harrison first gained national fame as a war hero, defeating American Indians at the Battle of Tippecanoe in and earning the. OPINION | At dawn on March 4, , an artillery unit dressed in Revolutionary War uniforms fired a gun salute on the Mall - one shot for each state. The gunfire signaled the Inauguration Day.

    The inaugural ball was held in a temporary building without heat. It had to be halted at midnight so people, who had been dancing in their overcoats and heavy wraps, could go home and get warm. Inaugural Weather Fact Sheet. = First outdoor inauguration. President James Monroe was sworn into office. = Coldest March 4th inauguration.   After delivering a very long inaugural address on a cold and windy day, he was stuck in a rainstorm and caught a serious cold which would eventually turn into the severe pneumonia infection that killed him only 30 days later—Harrison's inauguration was on March 4 and he died on April 4,

    Presidency () - Shortest presidency. When Harrison came to Washington, he wanted to show that he was still the steadfast hero of Tippecanoe, and that he was a better educated and thoughtful man than the backwoods caricature portrayed in the campaign. He took the oath of office on Thursday, March 4, , a cold and wet day. [95] He wore. On March 4, , William Henry Harrison was sworn in as the new President. known as The Curse of Tippecanoe. On April 4, , just 31 days after he was sworn in as President, according to history, William Henry Harrison died of pneumonia, and since then a President has either died or almost died, from assassinations, illnesses, or from.


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Unaddressed printed invitation to William Henry Harrison's "Tippecanoe" inaugural ball held at Carusi's Saloon in Washington, D.C., on Thursday evening, 4th of March,one of three balls. Book/Printed Material Tippecanoe March 4, Inauguration ball, the managers request the honor of company at Carusi's Saloon, on Thursday evening, 1841 book of March, Baltimore: Murphy.

Tippecanoe March 4, Inauguration ball, the managers request the honor of company at Carusi's Saloon, on Thursday evening, 4th of March, Baltimore: Murphy []. American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and other Printed Ephemera.

Rare Book and Special Collections Division. Tippecanoe inauguration ball, March 4, March 4. Unaddressed printed invitation to William Henry Harrison's "Tippecanoe" inaugural ball held at Carusi's Saloon in Washington, D.C., on Thursday evening, 4th of March,one of three balls attended by Harrison.

Political “TIPPECANOE INAUGURATION BALL” INVITATION March 4th, For President William Henry Harrison March 4th, Dated, Printed “TIPPECANOE INAUGURATION BALL” Invitation, Log Cabin Vignette, Upon Special Decorative Embossed White Paper, Printed in Gold Ink, by printer "Murphy, Balt.,” Choice Very Fine.

This Exceedingly Rare, original TIPPECANOE Inauguration Ball was. Tippecanoe March 4, Inauguration ball, the managers request the honor of company at Carusi's Saloon, on Thursday evening, 4th of March, William Henry Harrison: Inauguration Ball Invitation.

4 1/2" x 7 1/4" invitation on bifolium paper with embossed border for the "Tippecanoe Inauguration Ball. March 4, " at Carusi's Saloon. This is one of two inauguration balls held that evening in Washington.

The name of the guests, "Mrs. Bumford & Ladies", is inscribed. William Henry Harrison: Inauguration Ball Invitation with embossed decorative border for the "Tippecanoe Inauguration Ball. March 4, " at Carusi's Saloon. This is one of two inauguration balls held that evening in Washington.

The name of the guest, is included. The text and grapics are printed in a gold ink. InWilliam Henry Harrison was elected President of the United on, who had served as a general and as United States Senator from Ohio, defeated the incumbent president, Democrat Martin Van Buren, in a campaign that broke new ground in American other firsts, Harrison's victory was the first time the Whig Party won a presidential election.

Terms Ornate invitation to the William Henry Harrison's Tippecanoe Inauguration Ball, headed, "Tippecanoe, March 4,Inauguration Ball," xrequesting "the honor of Mrs.

Mason Baker's Company at Carusi's Saloon, on Thursday Evening, 4th of March, " The invitation features a raised floral border and handsome gilt text. John Tyler (Ma – Janu ) was the tenth president of the United States from to after briefly serving as the tenth vice president in ; he was elected vice president on the Whig ticket with President William Henry ascended to the presidency after Harrison's death in Aprilonly a month after the start of the new administration.

Description. An extremely rare invitation to William Henry Harrison's inaugural ball. Broadside, TIPPECANOE INAUGURATION BALL. MARCH 4, (Baltimore: Murphy []), 1 page, " x " printed in red and gold on fine stock with an elaborately blind-embossed border and featuring the iconic Harrison log cabin at top center.

At dawn on March 4,an artillery unit dressed in Revolutionary War uniforms fired a gun salute on the Mall, one shot for each state. The gunfire signaled the Inauguration Day of America's.

Ornate invitation to the William Henry Harrison's Tippecanoe Inauguration Ball, headed, "Tippecanoe, March 4,Inauguration Ball," xrequesting "the honor of Mrs.

Mason Baker's Company at Carusi's Saloon, on Thursday Evening, 4th of March, " The invitation features a raised floral border and handsome gilt text. The inauguration of William Henry Harrison as the ninth President of the United States was held on Thursday, March 4,on the East Portico of the United States Capitol in Washington, inauguration marked the commencement of William Henry Harrison's only term as President and John Tyler's only term as Vice presidential oath of office was administered to Harrison by.

At dawn on March 4,an artillery unit dressed in Revolutionary War uniforms fired a gun salute on the Mall—one shot for each state. The gunfire signaled the Inauguration. The Inaugural Address of William “Old Tippecanoe” Harrison is possibly the most popular and least examined speech of its kind.

The story of the address is one of the best (and most morbid) jokes in presidential history: an elderly president, in an attempt to display his youthful stamina, gives an inaugural speech nearly twice as long as any other, catches pneumonia during the address.

The first Inaugural ball was for James Madison’s inauguration on March 4, It was held at Long's Hotel in Washington D.C. Tickets cost $4 and 40 were sold. William Henry Harrison -- the Tippecanoe of "Tippecanoe and Tyler, Too" -- took his oath as President on March 4, History buffs know he died of pneumonia a month later.

At dawn on March 4,an artillery unit dressed in Revolutionary War uniforms fired a gun salute on the Mall — one shot for each state. First, he stopped in at the Tippecanoe Ball.

Inaugural Address Thursday, March 4, 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.William Henry Harrison (February 9, – April 4, ) was an American military officer and politician who served as the ninth president of the United States in He died of typhoid, pneumonia or paratyphoid fever 31 days into his term (the shortest tenure), becoming the first president to die in office.

His death sparked a brief constitutional crisis regarding succession to the.The first photograph of a U.S. President in office was taken of Harrison on March 4, Harrison had just delivered his inaugural speech (yes, the one that killed him), and he posed for a portrait using the new technology of the day, the daguerreotype [pictured left].

That photograph, much like its subject, had an unexpectedly short tenure.