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Complete Explanation:
A Whig campaign broadside, with text describing a series of incidents in the life of William Henry Harrison, illustrated with wood-engravings. The incidents are (counterclockwise from upper left):

"Harrison's humanity in war," "Harrison's address to [Simon] Bolivar," "Harrison's treatment of an old fellow soldier," "Harrison preferring another man's son to his own," "Harrison's care for his soldiers," "Delivering the eagle," "Harrison charging in battle at the Thames," "Harrison's self-denial, " "Harrison giving away his only blanket,""Harrison giving his horse to a Methodist minister," "Harrison saving the life of a Negro." "The Council of Vincennes."

The print has a border of cider barrels and grain.

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