What is the meaning of the phrase "Tippecanoe and Tyler Too"?


Have you ever heard the phrase Tippecanoe and Tyler Too? Do you actually know what Tippecanoe and Tyler too means? Tippecanoe and Tyler too was an 1840 campaign slogan used by William Henry Harrison. Harrison was the 'Hero' of a Battle called Tippecanoe and at the same time his Vice President was John Tyler.
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(tip-ee-kuh- nooh ) A slogan from the presidential election of 1840. “Tippecanoe” was the Whig presidential candidate William Henry Harrison, a hero of the Battle of Tippecanoe
A slogan from the election of 1840. "Tippecanoe" presidential candidate Harrison,
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"Old Tippecanoe," William Henry Harrison, was the 9th President of the United States and the 1st one to die in office.
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