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Tippecanoe and Tyler, too!

by Stanley Young

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The Story of William Henry Harrison. The cry, "Tippecanoe and Tyler, too!" was the rallying cry of the Whig Party during the Presidential campaign of 1840. Everyone remembered "Old Tip," hero of the Battle of Tippecanoe.
His real name was William Henry Harrison, soldier, Indian-fighter, Congressman, and Governor of the Indiana Territory. At Tippecanoe he had defeated the last great Indian confederacy east of the Mississippi.
Now, in the loudest, wildest campaign the nation had ever known, the hero of Tippecanoe was elected ninth President of the United States.
  DMalament | Jun 12, 2006 |
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