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Tippecanoe was the nickname of William Henry Harrison. He received the nickname after a battle against native Americans near the Tippecanoe River when he was Governor of the Indiana Territory. His running mate in the 1840 presidential election was John Tyler.

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"Tippecanoe and Tyler Too" was the successful presidential campaign slogan for Whig Party in 1840. Tippecanoe referred to war hero William Henry Harrison, and Tyler referred to his running mate (and future president) John Tyler.

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Tippecanoe referred to William Henry Harrison, who achieved national fame by commanding the army that defeated the Indians at the Battle of Tippecanoe ( a river in Indiana).

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