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41. Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site (National Park Service)
Service Commission and New York City Police Department, and terms as Governor ofNew York and Vice president of the us. theodore roosevelt became president when
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Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace NHS is located at 28 East 20th Street, between Broadway and Park Avenue South. Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, lived at this site from his birth on October 27, 1858 until he was 14 years old. The reconstructed house contains five period rooms, two museum galleries and a bookstore. Teedie, as young Roosevelt was nicknamed, was a sickly but bright boy, from a wealthy family. To improve his health, Teedie began an exercise program at the house's outdoor gymnasium that started a lifelong passion for the "strenuous life." After graduating from Harvard, Roosevelt pursued his boyhood dreams, as a rancher, naturalist, explorer, author and Colonel of the Rough Riders. His political service included reforming the U.S. Civil Service Commission and New York City Police Department, and terms as Governor of New York and Vice President of the U.S. Theodore Roosevelt became president when William McKinley was assassinated in September 1901. As President, Roosevelt pushed progressive reforms, such as conservation of public lands and trust busting, and negotiated an end to the war between Russia and Japan, for which he won a Nobel Peace Prize.

42. The Leadership Style Of Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt:Quotes, Teddy Roosevelt Quote
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43. Theodore Roosevelt - 25th President Of The United States
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Teddy Roosevelt was born in the State of New York. The youngest man to become president. He was 42. When the Great White Fleet, which TR sent around the world in 1907, returned to America in 1909, it was immediately painted gray. Theodore Roosevelt served in the Spanish-American War Theodore Roosevelt: third cousin twice removed of Martin Van Buren Booker T. Washington was the first black man invited to dine at the White House, a guest of TR. His sons, Archie and Quentin, sometimes lined up for morning roll-call with the White House police. Theodore Roosevelt (Republican) founded the Progressive or Bull Moose Party. He was the first American to win the Nobel Peace Prize (1906). He set aside vast wilderness lands for conservation. These later became part of the country's national parks and nature reserves. Roosevelt tried to have "In God We Trust" removed from coins. He thought it sacrilegious and unconstitutional. Teddy was the first president to ride in an automobileit was a purple-lined Columbia Electric Victoria. He rode through Hartford, Connecticut on August 22, 1902. 20 carriages followed the president's car. He was also the first president to own a car.

47. Theodore Roosevelt
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Download an uncompressed TIFF (.tif) version of this image. Born in New York City, Theodore Roosevelt spent the earlier part of his life battling asthma; once he conquered the disease, he passed the remainder of his days battling external foes, often conquering them as well. His greatest gift, among many, was his unerring ability to promote himself in the media. Despite his upper class upbringing and education at Harvard College, Roosevelt was always able to get along with men of any class and social background. He sought a political life in order to reform society and prevent what he perceived was the threat of revolution by the lower classes. His fearless work as president of New York City's Board of Police Commissioners caught the attention of political associates of William McKinley . After his election as President, McKinley appointed Roosevelt assistant secretary of the navy in 1897. Much to Navy Secretary Long's chagrin, Roosevelt would make policy himself particularly when the secretary was out lunching. One such case involved the appointment and supply of Admiral Dewey's Asiatic Squadron with orders that they head for Manila harbor.

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If the sculptor Gutzon Borglum had a hero of his own, it was 26th President Theodore Roosevelt, who promoted construction of the Panama Canal and ignited progressive causes such as conservation and business reform: "We, here in America, hold in our hands the hopes of the world, the fate of the coming years; and shame and disgrace will be ours if in our eyes the light of high resolve is dimmed, if we trail in the dust the golden hopes of men" (Address at Carnegie Hall, March 30, 1912).
  • Date of Birth: Wednesday, October 27, 1858
    Date of Death: Monday, January 6, 1919
    Alice Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, Kermit Roosevelt, Ethel Carow Roosevelt, Archibald Bulloch Roosevelt, and Quentin Roosevelt
    Education: A.B. Harvard University
    Presidency: 26th President: September 14, 1901- March 3, 1909
    Terms: one elected, one assumed

50. Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt, The 26th President Of The United States (1858-1919)
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One of the United State's most beloved presidents, Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt didn't start life as the robust figure history remembers him as, but as a sickly child with chronic asthma. He overcame his asthma through intense physical exercise and a true love of the outdoor life. Roosevelt was no stranger to tragedy when at the age of 26 he lost both his wife and mother on Valentine's day in 1884. When his early political life was also less than successful he turned his efforts to developing his skills as a writer about life in the old west and western life. Some of his early works include Hunting Trips of a Ranchman (1885), Thomas Hart Benton (1886), and The Winning of the West (1889). Roosevelt would do much to bolster the romantic view of the West and many of the currently held myths about the Old West.

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    53. Theodore Roosevelt
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    ... Go back to links to portraits of vice presidents. Served as president from 1901 to 1909 Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), was the youngest man ever to become president of the United States. He took office at the age of 42. Roosevelt had been vice president for only six months when President William McKinley was assassinated in September 1901. Roosevelt won wide popularity, and millions of Americans affectionately called him "Teddy" or "T.R." In 1904, the voters elected him to a full term as president. He ran for president again in 1912, as the "Bull Moose" party candidate, but lost to Woodrow Wilson.
    Roosevelt was a man of great energy and practiced what he called the "strenuous life." He enjoyed horseback riding, swimming, hunting, hiking, and boxing. He often expressed enthusiasm for something by describing it as "bully." Cartoonists liked to draw Roosevelt with his rimless glasses, bushy mustache, prominent teeth, and jutting jaw. One cartoon showed him with a bear cub. Soon, toymakers were producing stuffed animals that are still known as "teddy bears."
    As commander of the fearless Rough Riders, Roosevelt became a national hero during the Spanish-American War in 1898. He led this famous cavalry regiment against the Spaniards in Cuba. Roosevelt came home and won election as governor of New York. Two years later, he was elected Vice President.

    54. The American Experience/TR Teacher's Guide
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    "The Long Campaign" 1858-1901 TR is born into a wealthy New York family that has a strong sense of social justice. He fights his severe asthma through a strenuous exercise program. He be- comes New York State assemblyman. Then tragedy strikes with the untimely deaths of his beloved first wife and his mother. To escape his grief, he flees to the Dakota Badlands for the rigors of ranch life. When he returns, his political career flourishes; he eventually becomes William McKinley's Vice President.
    Program Two "The Bully Pulpit" 1901-1904 After McKinley's assassination, Roosevelt becomes an "accidental" president. Seeing himself as a crusader, TR uses the presidency to advance his agenda of social reform. He expands the power of the presidential office and comes to dominate American politics. Yet, the night he is elected to a second term, TR announces he will not run again, ultimately weakening his second term. Program Three "The Good Fight" 1905-1909 TR is just 46 years old when he is inaugurated as president. He builds the Panama Canal, wins the Nobel Prize for Peace, and combatively introduces widesweeping social reforms. As his presidency draws to a close, TR names his best friend, Secretary of War William Howard Taft, as his successor. Taft wins the 1908 election.

    55. American Experience | The Presidents | Theodore Roosevelt | PBS
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    An assassin's bullet ended the life of William McKinley in 1901, making his vice president, Theodore Roosevelt, an "accidental" president at the age of 42. Young and exuberant, the living symbol of the "strenuous life," TR embodied America at the turn of the century. A reformer who used the power of the government to improve the lives of ordinary Americans, TR extended the powers of the president and the role of the U.S. in international affairs. He used the increasing influence of mass media to enlarge his own image and manipulate public opinion. Roosevelt's legacy is still evident today in such areas as government regulations, foreign policy, and the national park system. Yet, behind the vigor and optimism was a man shadowed by tragedy. Program Segments: The entire program has been produced for home video use in two video cassettes. The total viewing time is 4 hours. For your convenience, we have described the program in segments. You may want to use specific segments to focus classroom discussion and activities.

    56. Theodore Roosevelt
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    Click the portrait for brief biography on Theodore Roosevelt courtesy of the White House Birthplace: New York City, New York Date of Birth: October 27, 1858 Education: Occupations: Rancher, Soldier, Author, Governor, Vice President 26th President: September 14, 1901-05, 1905-091841 Political Party: Republican Vice President: None, Charles Fairbanks Votes: Popular-None-succeeded William McKinley
    Electoral: None
    First Lady: Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt
    Roosevelt's first wife, Alice Lee Roosevelt, died in 1884; his Mother died that same day. Significant Events of Presidency:
    • Treaty for Panama Canal signed by Panama and the United States, 1903
    • Wright brothers flew the first airplane at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, 1903
    • Pure Food and Drug Act and Meat Inspection Act, 1906
    • U.S. Navy's battleships, the Great White Fleet, toured world, 1907-1908
    • Won the Nobel Peace Prize for mediating the Russo-Japanese War, 1906
    Famous Quotes:
    "No man is above the law and no man is below it; nor do we ask any man's permission when we require him to obey it. Obedience to the law is demanded as a right, not asked as a favor."

    57. President Theodore Roosevelt Gravesite
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    Name: Theodore Roosevelt Categories: President of the USA Vice-President of the USA (under President William McKinley Governor of New York Burial Location: Young's Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay, New York, USA. Mike's Notes: Teddy Roosevelt's grave is at the top of a hill in this small cemetery. Leading up to his grave is a staircase consisting of 26 steps, symbolically illustrating that he was the 26th President of the United States. See Theodore Roosevelt's grave at Find A Click here to see a slide show of all the U.S. Presidents' graves!

    58. TR Lion In The White House
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    • President Arthur signed the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882. It broke the Treaty of 1880 with China which allowed Chinese immigrants to enter the U.S. While the Chinese Exclusion Act did halt immigration for 10 years and kept already immigrated Chinese from becoming citizens, Arthur had already vetoed a bill which would have banned any Chinese immigration for 20 years. In 1883 Buffalo Bill, who had become famous hunting buffalo to feed the crews who were laying track for the Transcontinental Railroad by the Union Pacific, organized the first of his wild west shows. These shows featured sharpshooter Annie Oakley and Sioux chief Sitting Bull. In 1883 President Arthur signed the Pendleton Act. This act reformed civil service, which was believed to be filled with politically connected individuals who didn’t really do any work. The Pendelton Act created exams for government jobs. It also created a Civil Service Commission to oversee the new competitive merit system. Chester Alan Arthur - portrait and biographical information at the White House web site.

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