President William Henry Harrison (from Indiana!) became the first president to travel by train to Washington, D.C., for his inauguration[what?] in 1841. President Abraham Lincoln expanded the railroad network when he signed the 1862 Pacific Railway Act, which eventually led to the first transcontinental railroad. In 1887, President Grover Cleveland befriended engineer George Pullman[who?] and carried out a goodwill tour across the country in Pullman’s elegant railroad cars. In the 20th century, President Warren Harding participated in a two-month speaking tour of the western United States on a train called the “Voyage of Understanding,” becoming the first sitting president to visit Alaska. President Franklin D. Roosevelt used U.S. Car No. 1, also known as “Ferdinand Magellan,”[who?] for state business, reelection campaigns, and personal trips.