Benjamin Harrison Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Benjamin Harrison Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best 23rd President of the United States Benjamin Harrison including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Benjamin Harrison
Real Name Benjamin Harrison
Profession Political Leaders, Presidents
Famous as 23rd President of the United States
Nationality American
Religion Presbyterianism
Political ideology Republican Party (1856-1901)
Personal life of Benjamin Harrison
Born on 20 August 1833
Birthday 20th August
Died At Age 67
Sun Sign Leo
Born in North Bend
Died on 13 March 1901
place of death Indianapolis
Personality Type ISTJ
Ideology Republicans
Family Background of Benjamin Harrison
Father John Scott Harrison
Mother Elizabeth Ramsey Irwin Harrison
Siblings Irwin
Spouses/Partners Caroline Scott (1853-1892; her death), Mary Scott (1896-1901; his death),,
Children Russell, Mary, Elizabeth,,
Education Miami University (1850- 1852), Gary’s Academy (1847-1849)
Founder/Co-Founder University Club
Personal Fact of  Benjamin Harrison

Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd president of United States and the grandson of William Henry Harrison, 9th president of United States. After completing his education, he started law practice and became an active member of the Republican Party. He joined the military to fight in the Civil War, marched on Atlanta with General Sherman and was promoted to Brigadier General.

After the war, he left the military service and resumed his law practice. Later he was elected as a U.S. Senator, a post which he held for six years. In the 1888 elections, he was nominated as the presidential candidate by the Republican Party. It was a close campaign in which his opponent won the popular vote but failed to carry his home state of New York and lost in the Electoral College to him.

He became the president when the reforms were beginning to become popular and one of the most significant reforms, which was passed during his time in office was the Sherman Anti-Trust Act. The Act which prohibited certain anti-competitive business practices was an important first step towards reining monopolies. He is remembered as a man of strong principles who possessed a keen intellect and a phenomenal memory. He was known before, during, and after his years of public service as a man of moral courage.


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