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Harrison, Carter Henry 1825- World's fair mayor ; born in Fayette county, Ky., Feb. 15, 1825; graduated at Yale in 1845; removed to Chicago, where he was elected county commissioner in 1871; elected to Congress in 1874; elected mayor of Chicago, in 1879, serving five terms. He was assassinated in that city Oct. 28, 1893. Harrison, William Henry Harrison, Carter Henry 1825- World's fair mayor ; born in Fayette county, Ky., Feb. 15, 1825; graduated at Yale in 1845; removed to Chicago, where he was elected county commissioner in 1871; elected to Congress in 1874; elected mayor of Chicago, in 1879, serving five terms. He was assassinated in that city Oct. 28, 1893. Harrison, William Henry
Company to the submerged lands......Dec. 5, 1892 World's Columbian Exposition opened at Chicago......May 1, 1893 A financial panic in Chicago......June 5, 1893 Governor Altgeld pardons the anarchists Fielden, Neebe, and Schwab, serving sentence in the penitentiary for complicity in the Haymarket riot......July 26, 1893 The parliament of religions begins its session at Chicago......Sept. 11, 1893 Chicago Day at the World's Fair; 700,000 persons attend......Oct. 9, 1893 Carter H. Harrison, mayor of Chicago, assassinated......Oct. 28, 1893 World's Columbian Exposition closed......Oct. 30, 1893 Prendergast, the murderer of the mayor of Chicago, hanged......July 13, 1894 World's Columbian Exposition buildings burn; loss, $1,000,000. .Jan. 8, 1894 State fair located permanently at Springfield......Jan. 11, 1894 Riots of striking coal-miners at many places suppressed by State troops, with loss of life......May and June, 1894 Strike of Pullman Palace Car Com