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Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site hosts porch party on Indiana’s most famous porch

The “greatest spectacle in porching” is happening this weekend! Indiana’s most famous porch is hosting a Presidential Porch Party!. Whitney Ball, special events and marketing manager at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, and Natasha Williams, The Coney Lady, joined us Monday on “Life. Style. Live!” to share what you can expect from this event and their other upcoming events. Here’s more from them:
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Benjamin Harrison, Sr.

Benjamin Harrison, Sr., 66, a resident of Bogalusa, LA, passed away Wednesday, March 30, 2022. Services will be held Saturday, April 9, 2022, at Faith Bible Church, 1148 N. Columbia St., Covington, LA. Visitation from 9 a.m., until the funeral service at 11 a.m.
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Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site creating Book of History

Latoya Botterton became a United States citizen in 2013. Just a few days before the Fourth of July, her naturalization ceremony at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site (BHPS) was surrounded by American flags. Originally from Dominica, Botterton is one of nearly 1,500 people to become U.S. citizens at the presidential home on the city’s northeast side since 2003.
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Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site looking for vendors for food festival

A food festival at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site in the summer will honor the legacy of Dolly Johnson. Johnson, a Black woman, was President Harrison’s White House chef during his only term and went on to open her own restaurant in Kentucky following her stint in the nation’s capital. In order to pull off the festival, though, the presidential site on the north side of Indianapolis is looking for a diverse group of vendors to apply.
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Special exhibit at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site

A special exhibit highlighting national and local Black civil activists during President Benjamin Harrison’s term in office (1889 to 1893) will be on display at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, 1230 North Delaware Street, Indianapolis. The exhibit, No Compact of Silence, opening January 27, will focus on Black Civil...
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Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site offers festive holiday tours

You can have a presidential holiday with the Harrisons this year!. Whitney Ball, Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site’s special events and marketing manager, joined us today to share what you can expect their this season. Bring your family for a festive Christmas tour of the Harrison family home. The year is...
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National Indiana Day: Learning about President Benjamin Harrison

INDIANAPOLIS– In celebration of National Indiana Day, we are learning more about the Hoosier who was commander-in-chief back in 1889: Benjamin Harrison. Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd president. He is the reason we fly U.S flags in schools and other places, and was a Civil War veteran. Learn more about President Benjamin Harrison here.
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Column: Home of President Benjamin Harrison

The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site at 1230 N. Delaware St. in Indianapolis includes one of the nation’s most authentic presidential homes, with about 80 percent of its contents used by Harrison and his family. Benjamin Harrison was born in Ohio in 1833, the grandson of William Henry Harrison, the ninth...
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Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site welcomes visitors for “A Night at the Site”

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH)– The Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site is hosting a brand new one-night only event Wednesday featuring “historically haunting stories.”. During the first ever “A Night at the Site” guests will get to look at the flag that laid over Harrison’s casket and view other artifacts that played a part in some of history’s spooky and “unexpected” stories.
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