Many historians will tell you it was pneumonia that killed President William Henry Harrison. The popular belief is that he developed the infection after catching a cold while delivering his exceptionally long inaugural address. But a recent study reexamined the journal of Harrison’s physician, and determined it was actually something else that took the life of Harrison — and two of his successors.
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