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Benjamin Harrison: A Resource Guide

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Benjamin Harrison, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left
Benjamin Harrison, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing slightly left
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American President: An Online Reference Resource

The Miller Center of Public Affairs at the University of Virginia presents essays about Polk and his life before, during, and after his presidential term. It also provides biographical information about Caroline Harrison and cabinet officials who served in Harrison's administration, as well as information on his private and public papers.

Avalon Project at Yale Law School: Inaugural Address of Benjamin Harrison

The Avalon Project presents the transcription of the inaugural address of Benjamin Harrison.

Biographical Directory of the United States Congress

The site provides a brief biography for Benjamin Harrison.

Internet Public Library: POTUS (Presidents of the United States)

The site provides resources pertaining to Harrison and his administration including presidential election results, a list of cabinet members, Internet biographies for Harrison, and historical documents.

The President Benjamin Harrison Home

The President Benjamin Harrison Home is the former residence of President Benjamin Harrison that is now a museum dedicated to his life. The house is located at 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, 46202. The Harrison Home houses some 3,700 artifacts and 2,440 books. Visitors can view ten rooms with period furnishings and Harrison items.

U.S. Presidents of the 20th Century, from the Vincent Voice Library, Michigan State University Libraries

The Voices of American Presidents have been captured by audio pioneers since the early days of sound recording. The invention of Edison's phonograph ushered in a new era of "recorded" history, beginning with President Benjamin Harrison in the late nineteenth century to the present day administration.

White House

The site provides a biography for Benjamin Harrison and Caroline Lavinia Scott Harrison.

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