Benjamin Harrison
Benjamin Harrison
Mr. Harrison
Political party: Republican (1856–1901)
Education: Farmer's College

Miami University

Religion Presbyterianism
Born August 20, 1833
Died March 13, 1901 (aged 67)

Benjamin Harrison was the President of the United States between Grover Cleveland's two non-consecutive terms. Cleveland actually won the popular vote, but thanks to the electoral college, Harrison won. His presidency wasn't very significant, but there were a few major events. He was able to handle diplomatic crises with Italy and Chile, avoiding potential war. He lost re-election to former president Grover Cleveland.

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