William Henry Harrison Dies of Pneumonia (1841)

In honor of President William Henry Harrison and the anniversary of his death. Who at the time was the oldest man (68) ever elected to the office and who unfortunately only lasted a month before succumbing to pneumonia. Here’s a humorous video presentation (via “Drunk History”) on the circumstances surrounding the death of William Henry Harrison.

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One Response to William Henry Harrison Dies of Pneumonia (1841)

  1. Steve says:

    Wow, that was hilarious. Kind of reminds me of my Comparative Politics professor Freshman year.

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