William Henry Harrison
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Mr. Harrison
Political Party: Whig
Education: Hampden–Sydney College

University of Pennsylvania

Religion Episcopalian
Born February 9 1773
Died April 4, 1841 (aged 68)

William Henry Harrison was the ninth President of the United States. He gave a two hour inauguration speech, and although it was cold and raining he refused to wear a jacket, therefore he caught pneumonia. He was president for thirty-one days until he died, the shortest term in American history. He was succeeded by his Vice President John Tyler. He was also the first to die in office and the last born before the Declaration of Independence.

Although he was suffering from fever and delirious for much of presidency, we can still agree he was better than Dubya. His grandson would later become the 23rd president.