031 – Source Notes



The final resting place of William Henry and Anna Symmes Harrison, image courtesy of your humble host, Jerry Landry
  • Adams, Charles Francis, ed. Memoirs of John Quincy Adams, Comprising Portions of His Diary From 1795 to 1848: Vol. X. Philadelphia: J B Lippincott & Co, 1876.
  • “President Harrison’s Last Illness.” The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. 25:2, 18 Aug 1841, p. 25-32.
  • “Report of the Treatment of the late President Harrison.” The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. 25:2, 18 Aug 1841, p. 36.
  • “Demulcent.” Merriam-Webster Online. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/demulcent. [Last Accessed: 24 March 2017]
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  • “The Funeral Ceremonies.” Niles’ Weekly Register Jeremiah Hughes, ed. 10 Apr 1841, Fifth Series, Vol 10, No 6: 86-87.
  • Green, James A. William Henry Harrison: His Life and Times. Richmond, VA: Garrett and Massie, 1941.
  • McHugh, James; and Philip A Mackowiak. “Death in the White House: President William Henry Harrison’s Atypical Pneumonia.” Clinical Infectious Diseases. 59:7. Oct 2014. P. 990-995.
  • Miller, Thomas. “Case of the Late William H. Harrison, President of the United States.” The Boston Medical and Surgical Journal. 24:17, 2 Jun 1841, p. 261-267.
  • Peterson, Norma Lois. The Presidencies of William Henry Harrison & John Tyler. Lawrence, KS: University Press of Kansas, 1989.
  • Seale, William. The President’s House: A History, Volume One. Washington, DC: White House Historical Association, 1986.
  • Shafer, Ronald G. The Carnival Campaign: How the Rollicking 1840 Campaign of “Tippecanoe and Tyler Too” Changed Presidential Elections Forever. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2016.
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  • Villanueva, Jari. “The Story of Taps: 24 Notes That Tap Deep Emotions.” Berkeley Plantation. 2016. 1 Apr 2017. <http://www.berkeleyplantation.com/taps.html>.

The opening music for this episode was “Taps (in the key of B flat)” performed by a member of the US Army Band courtesy of Wikipedia and, if you would like to view the lyrics as well as give it another listen, the YouTube video for HARRISON! An(other) American musical.


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