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  2. Caroline Harrison - Wikipedia

    Caroline Harrison. Caroline Lavinia Harrison ( née Scott; October 10, 1832 – October 25, 1892) was an American music teacher and the first lady of the United States from 1889 until her death. She was married to President Benjamin Harrison, and she was the second first lady to die while serving in that role. The daughter of a college professor, Harrison was well-educated, and she expressed interest in art, music, and literature throughout her life.

  3. Caroline Harrison | American first lady | Britannica

    Caroline Harrison, née Caroline Lavinia Scott, (born October 1, 1832, Oxford, Ohio, U.S.—died October 25, 1892, Washington, D.C.), American first lady (1889–92), the wife of Benjamin Harrison, 23rd president of the United States. A history enthusiast, she was the first president general of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).

  4. Caroline Harrison - HISTORY

    Caroline Harrison (1832-92) was an American first lady (1889-92) and the wife of Benjamin Harrison, the 23rd president of the United States.

  5. Caroline Harrison Biography :: National First Ladies' Library

    Caroline Lavinia Scott Harrison. Born: October 1, 1832 - Oxford, Ohio. Died: October 25, 1892 - White House. Father: John Witherspoon Scott – teacher, Presbyterian minister (1800 – 1892) Mother: Mary Potts Neal Scott (d. 1876) Ancestry: English. Siblings: Sisters – Elizabeth Lord, Mary Spears; Brothers – John, Henry.

  6. Caroline Harrison - White House Historical Association

    Caroline Harrison. Caroline Scott was born in Oxford, Ohio, on October 1, 1832 to educator Mary Neal Scott and John Witherspoon Scott, a Presbyterian minister and president of Oxford Female Institute. Caroline, or “Carrie,” studied languages, music, and drawing at the institute, graduating in 1852. 1 She also met Benjamin Harrison, a student at nearby Miami University, while in school.

  7. Caroline Lavinia Scott Harrison | The White House

    Caroline Scott Harrison was a music teacher and wife of the 23rd President, Benjamin Harrison. Fascinated by history and preservation, in 1890 she helped found the National Society of the ...

  8. Caroline Harrison | Miller Center

    Caroline Harrison believed firmly that women should pursue activities outside the home and lived according to that creed. As First Lady, she agreed to serve as head of a national committee that raised a much-needed $500,000 for the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine as long as the institution agreed to admit women.

  9. Caroline Harrison | History of American Women

    Caroline Harrison, the wife of President Benjamin Harrison, was First Lady from 1889 until her death. She is remembered for her efforts to refurbish the aging White House. Her public support of women’s rights and higher education for women focused greater attention on those issue and promoted greater acceptance of a First Lady’s political ideals.

  10. Caroline Harrison — Pham Harrison, LLP

    Caroline Harrison is a founding Partner of Pham Harrison LLP. As an attorney Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, she represents employers in disputes with former employees, and guides them through the sometimes confusing arena of employment law. Her practice focuses on employment litigation and counseling.

  11. Caroline Harrison Profiles | Facebook

    Caroline Harrison. See Photos. Caroline Harrison. See Photos. Works at Self-Employed. Lives in Port Harcourt. Caroline Harrison. See Photos. Lives in Brentwood, Tennessee.