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Welcome To Mooseport - Plot
... Harold 'Handy' Harrison (Ray Romano) is the local plumber of Mooseport, who also owns a hardware store ... Unbeknownst to Harrison, his name has also been entered into the race ... When Harrison finds out Cole is running, he decides to step down, until he notices an unwitting Cole make a pass at Harrison's girlfriend of six years ...
Hubert Harrison
... Hubert Henry Harrison (April 27, 1883 - December 17, 1927) was a West Indian-American writer, orator, educator, critic, and radical socialist political activist based in ... Croix at age 17, Harrison played significant roles in the largest radical class and race movements in the United States ... Harrison was a seminal and influential thinker who encouraged the development of class consciousness among working people, positive race consciousness among Black ...
Harrison, New York - Education
... Harrison Central School District operates public schools. ...
Patrick Eugene Prendergast - Murder
... When the appointment did not come, Prendergast visited Harrison at his home on October 28, 1893, admitted by a maid who went to wake the mayor ... As Harrison was leaving the room where he had been sleeping, Prendergast approached and shot the mayor three times with a.38 revolver and escaped, firing once at a coachman whom he ... Harrison did not know who Prendergast was ...
Hubert Harrison - Career
... In his first decade in New York Harrison started writing letters to the editor of the New York Times on topics such as lynching, Charles Darwin's theory of Evolution and literary ... As part of his civic efforts, Harrison worked with St ... In this period, Harrison also became interested in the freethought movement, which encouraged use of the scientific method and thinking devoid of theistic dogma ...

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    When and under what conditions is the black man to have a free ballot? When is he in fact to have those full civil rights which have so long been his in law?
    —Benjamin Harrison (1833–1901)