Grouseland

Indiana National Historic Landmark

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Grouseland mansion in Vincennes, Indiana; home of William Henry Harrison

Grouseland mansion in Vincennes, Indiana; home of William Henry Harrison when he served as governor of the Indiana Territory, 1800-1812. Photo by Jimmy Emerson, DVM on Flickr (noncommercial use permitted with attribution / no derivative works).

Grouseland mansion in Vincennes, Indiana; [file:field-file-main-description]  Photo by [file:field-file-photographer]/[file:field-file-source] ([file:field-file-license]).

Home of the 9th President of the United States

Grouseland (William Henry Harrison's Home), located at 3 West Scott Street, Vincennes, Indiana (Knox County), was designated a National Historic Landmark on April 5, 2005. All Indiana Landmarks

The Grouseland mansion is now a museum maintained by The Grouseland Foundation (a nonprofit organization). Grouseland is a place where folks can experience an interpretation of territorial life and the legacy of William Henry Harrison to the westward expansion of the country and the development of the state of Indiana. The official state rifle of Indiana is on display at Grouseland.

CONTRIBUTORS: Content for this article was submitted by Lisa Ice-Jones, Executive Director, William Henry Harrison's Grouseland [GrouselandFoundation.org].
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John Small rifle collage; photo courtesy of The Grouseland Foundation at 3 W. Scott St., Vincennes, Indiana (all rights reserved; used by permission).

John Small rifle collage

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