The Log-cabin Campaign

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Greenwood Press, 1977 - History - 292 pages
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The presidential campaign of William Henry Harrison and John Tyler was described in 1840 as the most memorable ever known to party annals in this country. This book describes its events from the opening roar of cannon for the Whig standard bearers in the log-cabin and hard-cider campaign to the death of Harrison soon after he took office.

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