Season 2, Episode 23-Benjamin Harrison and Indianapolis

S2 E27 William Howard Taft and Washington, DC Visiting the Presidents

Heading to the Capitol for the first of many visits, this time for the home of William Howard Taft in the Kalorama neighborhood! Learn about William Howard's legal and political career; his election and Presidency; his wife, Helen, and accomplished children; as well as his many homes! Check out the website at VisitingthePresidents.com for visual aids, links, past episodes, recommended reading, and other information!Episode Page: https://visitingthepresidents.com/2022/09/19/season-2-episode-27-william-howard-taft-and-washington-d-c/Season 1's William Howard Taft Episode: "William Howard Taft and Cincinnati" Support the show
  1. S2 E27 William Howard Taft and Washington, DC
  2. S2 E26 Theodore Roosevelt and Sagamore Hill
  3. BONUS! Interview with Presidential Visitor Andrew Alexander
  4. S2 E25 William McKinley and Canton
  5. S2 E24 NOT Grover Cleveland's Second Term Question and Answer Episode

Heading to the Hoosier State for Benjamin Harrison’s home in Indianapolis! Learn about the 23rd President and his political career; his election and approach to the Presidency; his dynamic wife, Caroline, and family; as well as his home!

Be sure to check out Benjamin Harrison’s “Visiting the Presidents” Episode from Season 1, “Benjamin Harrison and North Bend”!

Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site official page.

The Benjamin Harrison House from the Presidential Site page.

Benjamin Harrison Home from the National Park Service.

From My June 2021 Visit!

From My November 2015 Visit!

From My May 2017 Visit!

Rolling the ball in front of a porch-less Benjamin Harrison home.

Benjamin Harrison Home: 1230 N. Delaware Street, Indianapolis, IN.

Recommended Reading for Benjamin Harrison

Harry Sievers, Benjamin Harrison: Hoosier President.
Homer Socolofsky and Allan Spetter, The Presidency of Benjamin Harrison.
Charles Calhoun, Benjamin Harrison.

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I'm a Professor of History at Central Arizona College and someone who loves history and travel; my new blog will combine those interests!

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