Benjamin Harrison

Early Life and Family

What was his early education?

Harrison first learned from several tutors at a log cabin on his father’s property. At age fourteen, his father sent him to Farmers’ College, a school in Cincinnati that offered preparatory and college-level classes. His older brother Irwin also attended this school. At Farmers’ College, Benjamin learned from Professor Robert Hamilton Bishop. He also met his future wife at this school.


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