Campaign Print of William Henry Harrison's Log Cabin
This Whig campaign print from the 1840 presidential election is of William Henry Harrison and his log cabin on the north bend of the Ohio River. It depicts General Harrison and his dog greeting a wounded soldier who had been a comrade in the Battle of Tippecanoe. A flag is flying on the cabin with the words "Harrison & Tyler." The log cabin and the hard cider barrels were symbols of the humble farmer that Harrison's campaign tried to portray as his image.
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