William Henry Harrison

Political Offices

What other position did President Adams appoint Harrison to?

President Adams, impressed by Harrison’s performance as secretary of the Northwest Territory, appointed him governor of the territory of Indiana. This territory was a massive land area that consists of modern day Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. He served in this capacity under several presidents for a dozen years.


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