3 edition of Hard cider and log cabin almanac for 1841 found in the catalog.
Hard cider and log cabin almanac for 1841
At head of title: For one and all. And every state in the Union.
|Contributions||Turner, Howard A., pub.|
|LC Classifications||E390 .H25|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||08027626|
William Henry Harrison () was the Whig candidate for President in He had gained national fame defeating Native American forces at the Battle of Tippecanoe, served as the first territorial delegate to the U.S. Congress from the Northwest Territory, and was later elected congressman from the new State of Ohio. Collins takes us back to that pivotal year, when Harrison's "Log Cabin and Hard Cider" campaign transformed the way candidates pursued the presidency. It was the first campaign that featured mass rallies, personal appearances by the candidate, and /5(8).
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Title: Hard cider and log cabin almanac for Harrison and : Multiple Contributors, See NotesPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, contains a collection of books, pamphlets, serials and other works about the Americas, from the time Format: Paperback.
Title: Hard cider and log cabin almanac for Harrison and Tyler. Author: Multiple Contributors, See Notes Publisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, contains a collection of books, pamphlets, serials and other works about the Americas, from the time of their discovery to the early : Anonymous.
Hard Cider and Log Cabin Almanac for Boston: James Fisher, . Twelvemo. Publisher's pictorial self-wrappers. String bound. Covers starting. Foxed, creased and chipped, with some tearing and loss throughout.
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Compiled from. Helpful Links. The Harrison almanac Published: () The Tippecanoe almanac, for the year containing a short history of the life and services of General William Henry Harrison: with testimonials of his conduct and character by officers and soldiers who fought under him and with him at Tippecanoe, Fort Meigs, and the Thames: also, extracts from the American newspapers of the yearsin relation to.
The Log cabin & hard cider melodies a collection of popular and patriotic songs: respectfully dedicated to the friends of Harrison and Tyler. The Tippecanoe almanac, for the year containing a short history of the life and services of General William Henry Harrison: with testimonials of his conduct and character by officers.
Hard cider and log cabin almanac for Harrison and Tyler. Contributor Names Turner, Howard A., pub. Created / Published Baltimore, H. Turner [c] Subject Headings.
Hard Cider and Log Cabins. The election of is widely regarded as the first modern campaign for the U. presidency. As in earlier elections, character defamation was a key campaign strategy, as was the veneration of a military hero.
Most memorably of all, Whig campaigners formulated a. Whigs, eager to deliver what the public wanted, took advantage of this and declared that Harrison was "the log cabin and hard cider candidate," a man of the common people from the rough-and-tumble West.
They depicted Harrison's opponent, President Martin Van Buren, as a wealthy snob who was out of touch with the people.
Harrison avoided discussion of the issues, and let his campaign based on hard cider and log cabins proceed. And it worked, as Harrison won in an electoral landslide. The campaign was notable for being the first campaign with slogans and songs, but the victor holds another distinction: the shortest term in office of any American president.
They were thus happy to label their effort the “Log Cabin” of the “Hard Cider” campaign. A biographical campaign pamphlet containing political questions of the day, poetry, and, of course, the meteorological conditions coming in Advertised as “for sale by the principal booksellers”.
texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK The Harrison almanac, Item Preview remove-circle Harrison seated outside log cabin with a plow and barrel of hard cider in foreground and American flags flanking Constitution above; cheering supporters and government building in background Pages: The Whigs adopted the symbols of the log cabin and hard cider to promote the candidacy of General William Henry Harrison.
An outpouring of objects with designs of log cabins, such as this periodical, the “Tippecanoe Almanac for the Year ”, soon followed. Object Name Pamphlet Date made associated person.
Get this from a library. Hard cider and log cabin almanac for Harrison and Tyler. The cover of the Hard Cider and Log Cabin Almanac of depicts presidential candidate William Henry Harrison and his running mate, John Tyler. The two men won the election ofbut Harrison died in office after just one month, leaving Tyler to succeed.
Harrison’s supporters declared their man to be the “log cabin and hard cider” candidate, a perverse political twist on many levels. Far from being born in a log cabin, Harrison was born on a James River plantation, a descendant of one of Virginia’s elite, slaveholding families.
- A strategy used by the Whig party in election of to make Harrison look like the common man who drinks cider and lives in a log cabin even though it was a false image.
- The Whigs had no platform (so there was no possibility of a divided party), so the log cabin and hard cider technique was used to gain support for Harrison. Reminiscences of the Log Cabin and Hard Cider Campaign. Hardcover – January 1, by A.B. NORTON (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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The Harrison Almanac J. Giffing. $ + $ Shipping. vintage book: tiny Original ALMANAC. $ + $ Shipping. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not available. Mouse over to Zoom- Seller Rating: % positive. The cover of the Hard Cider and Log Cabin Almanac for The story of William Henry Harrison’s run for president in holds a special place in the history of American presidential elections.
Not only did Harrison die after a month in office, his ‘log cabin and hard cider’ campaign, run by the Whig party, still stands out as a uniquely rambunctious episode. Although the nationalization of the almanacs occurred regionally during the War for Independence, by the s virtually every almanac celebrated the declaration of independence in addition to many of the battles from the Revolutionary War.
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Thornwood cane with hard cider barrel head, A critical remark made by a Democratic newspaperman gave birth to the log cabin and the hard cider barrel as Whig symbols to promote the candidacy of.
The Log Cabin Campaign was when William Henry Harrison decided to run again for the Presidency inwith John Tyler on his ticket. but the Whig party said that he was the "log cabin and hard cider candidate" meaning that he was a man of the people and that he knows what is best for the people of the United States.
Message. Called "the log cabin hard cider" candidate, Harrison played up his military career and image as a hard worker to help him win the election of After only one month in office, he developed pneumonia and died on April 4, A discourse on the death of General Harrison, Contributor Names Douglass, Jacob M.
[from old catalog] Library of Congress Control Number OCLC Number Hard cider and log cabin almanac for Harrison and Tyler. Hard Cider and Log Cabin Almanac Presidential inauguration of Wm. Harrison in Washington City, D.C., on the 4th of March People gathered in front of U.S.
Capitol. Log cabin and hard cider were celebrated in drawings and teapots, in poetry and song. A “Harrison and Log Cabin Songbook” published in has a hundred songs like this one, titled “Hard.
- Did you know hard cider was the popular drink of Colonial America. Were you aware that Johnny Appleseed actually planted cider apple seeds. Did you also know that In the Western part of England, cider is consumed more than ale. From the invasion of the Normans to the present cider revolution, hard cider has played a significant role in drink culture pins.
The United States presidential election was the 14th quadrennial presidential election, held from Friday, October 30 to Wednesday, December 2, Economic recovery from the Panic of was incomplete, and Whig nominee William Henry Harrison defeated incumbent President Martin Van Buren of the Democratic election marked the first of two Whig victories in presidential t: % pp.
"Hard Cider and Log Cabin" campaign an almanac cover celebrating the election of William Henry Harrison and John Tyler. The symbols were meant to show that Harrison was a man for the people.
Portion of an farmer's almanac, possibly the "Hard Cider and Log Cabin Almanac" (Baltimore: H.A. Turner, ca ), which promoted the candidacy of Whig presidential candidate William Henry Harrison, or "Old Tippecanoe." Though no covers remain with the publication, the small booklet includes an almanac for Jan - Dec while.
The original log cabin and hard cider quote evinced a penetrating knowledge of Harrison, and thus constituted a rather savory insult. Most notably, he really was indefatigable in hunting down pensions, and he really could go on at tedious length about his readings on things like moral philosophy and, especially, on ancient Rome and the Punic Wars.
" The Whigs, seizing on this political misstep, in presented their candidate William Henry Harrison as a simple frontier Indian fighter, living in a log cabin and drinking cider, in sharp contrast to an aristocratic champagne-sipping Van Buren.
Harrison was in fact a scion of the Virginia planter aristocracy. He was born at Berkeley in 24 discussion posts. Bentley said: Give him a barrel of hard cider and settle a pension of two thousand a year on him, and my word for it, a Democratic.
InWilliam Henry Harrison was elected President of the United on, who had served as a general and as United States Senator from Ohio, defeated the incumbent president, Democrat Martin Van Buren, in a campaign that broke new ground in American other firsts, Harrison's victory was the first time the Whig Party won a presidential ation: Whig Party.
The log cabin and cider barrel came to symbolize Harrison's candidacy. The imagery was exploited to its full potential, appearing on everything from clothing buttons to dinnerware. Harrison toured the country and spoke before crowds of thousands, the first candidate to stump in his own behalf.
“The attack on Fort Meigs, May 5, ,” from the “Hard Cider and Log Cabin Almanac,” Via Ohio Memory One of the US’s fears during the War of was that the British would invade the Great Lakes region and move down through Ohio to the Mississippi River, thus gaining easy access to.
The rollicking ballyhoo of the ensuing "Hard Cider and Log Cabin" campaign touted the Virginia-born gentleman as an apt representative, if not actual specimen, of the common man. The Whigs also hammered away at the prevailing economic depression during the reign of "Martin Van Ruin," and in the end, hard times as much as "Hard Cider" put /5(4).
On Election Day, the "hard cider candidate" won 53% of the popular vote, and a to 60 landslide in the Electoral College. Term of Office: March 4, April 4,(31 days). Harrison caught cold while delivering a 2-hour inaugural address in the freezing rain.
In a circus-like and acrimonious campaign, the Whigs painted the aristocratic Harrison as a log-cabin-dwelling, hard-cider-drinking frontiersman who was a major military hero; Van Buren was labeled as a champagne-sipping dandy and plutocrat. Coonskin caps, miniature log cabins, and plenty of hard cider appeared at Whig rallies.William Henry Harrison Biography book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Give him a barrel of hard cider and settle a pension of 4/5.William Henry Harrison Give him a barrel of hard cider and settle a pension of two thousand a year on him, and my word for it," a Democratic newspaper foolishly gibed about William Henry Harrison "he will sit by the side of a 'sea coal' fire, and study moral philosophy.".