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Born : January 30, 1882 Hyde Park, New York. U.S. Died April 12, 1945 (aged 63) Warm Springs, Georgia, U .S. Resting place Home of FDR National Historic Site, Hyde Park, New York Political party Democratic Spouse(s) Eleanor Roosevelt (m. 1905–1945; his death) Relations See Roosevelt family and Delano family Children Anna Eleanor James II Franklin (died in infancy) Elliot John Aspinwall Parents James Roosevelt I Sara Roosevelt Education A.B. (Harvard) J.D. (Columbia)Alma mater Harvard College Columbia Law School Politician Elected Official Religion Episcopalian Politician Elected Official Religion Episcopalian Theodore Roosevelt Biography
The birthplace of FDR at Springwood
Roosevelt's mother was southern, his father was from the north, and he was considered a westerner. After the death of his wife and mother in 1884, Roosevelt left politics. He ran two cattle ranches on the Little Missouri River in the Dakota Territory. The rough life and endless activity of a rancher helped him to recover. Wearing cowboy clothes, Roosevelt often spent 14 to 16 hours a day in the saddle. Roosevelt's mother and father
Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York City on October 27,1858. He was the second of the four children. Theodore was a puny kid when he was little and suffered from asthma. This kept him from being able to get out and play like other kids.
When Theodore was about 12, his father told him that he would need a strong body to give his mind a chance to develop fully. The next year, while alone on a trip to Maine, Theodore was beaten by two big bullies. He felt ashamed because he was not strong enough to fight back. Roosevelt's father built a gymnasium in the family home, and Theodore exercised there regularly. Overcoming sickness
He overcame his asthma and built up unusual physical strength. He studied under tutors until he entered Harvard in 1876. He earned good grades. The 22 -year-old Roosevelt started his career as a politician, right after finishing his Harvard law degree He entered Harvard in 1876.
Theodore Roosevelt was one of the most well liked Presidents America has ever had. He was the youngest man to become president at 42 years old. Roosevelt became president in 1901 after, the President of the USA, William McKinley was assassinated* Roosevelt started from the bottom, but he would eventually earn the respect of the Americans, Though he was not perfect, Theodore Roosevelt was a very intelligent man, a family man. Theodore Roosevelt was a cowboy, a boxer, a father, and most important, a President of the United States. Roosevelt sailing with half-niece Helen and father James, 1899
The Roosevelts with George VI and Queen Elizabeth The Roosevelts with George VI and Queen Elizabeth, sailing from Washington, D.C., to Mount Vernon on the USS Potomac during the first U.S. visit of a reigning British Monarch (June 9, 1939)
Foreign trips of Roosevelt during his presidency.
Theodore Roosevelt was a devoted father and husband. His first wife passed away at an early age. After the death of his wife, Roosevelt would remarry and eventually have five more kids with his new wife. Theodore Roosevelt was the first President to raise a young family in the White House. Theodore Roosevelt was a devoted father and husband.
Roosevelt's first three years in office were limited by the conservative policies of Republicans in Congress and the way in which he had come to power. Nevertheless, in 1902 Roosevelt shook the financial community by ordering proceedings against the association of railroad groups known as the Northern Securities Company. When a group of firms or corporations combines or cooperates in order to control prices or reduce competition, this action is known as a trust. Efforts to combat trusts, such as Roosevelt's actions against Northern Securities, are known as antitrust actions. By the time Roosevelt left office as president he had begun forty-three antitrust actions. In his foreign policy, Roosevelt was intent on expanding the United States' global power. He established a somewhat tolerant government in the Philippines, settled an old Alaskan boundary dispute with Canada on terms favorable to the United States, and took advantage of a revolution in Panama to acquire the Panama Canal Zone. Roosevelt's policies aimed at expanding American influence and limiting European power in the Western Hemisphere. The United States, he declared, assumed the right to intervene in the internal affairs of the Latin American nations in the event of "chronic wrongdoing" or "impotence [weakness or inability]." In 1904 Roosevelt ran for a second, full presidential term. He won the election and carried in a great number of candidates to Congress through the influence of his popularity. First presidential term
Roosevelt pushed through a much more progressive program in his second term. One of his primary accomplishments was his drive to protect and to increase development of America's natural resources. By March 1909 Roosevelt's use of his executive power had resulted in the transfer of 125 million acres to the forest reserves. About half as many acres containing coal and mineral deposits had been placed under greater public control. Sixteen national monuments and fifty-one wildlife refuges had been established, and the number of national parks had been doubled. In the area of foreign policy, Roosevelt's impact on the international scene continued during his second term. This was especially true in the Far East. Perceiving that Japan was destined to become a major Far Eastern power, he encouraged that country to serve as a force to keep the area stable. To this end he used his influence to end a war between Russia and Japan that took place in 1904–5. For his efforts, he received the Nobel Peace Prize. Second administration
President Roosevelt was a very large and muscular man, but he also had brains to match his brawns. Roosevelt wrote a four volume historical set dealing with the wars of 1812. He also wrote biographies of Thomas Hart Benton and Oliver Cromwell. Roosevelt wrote a four volume historical set dealing with the wars of 1812.
By the time he left office, Roosevelt had written thirty-eight books and 150,000 letters. Roosevelt was the first U.S. President to eat dinner with an African American in the White House. He did what he thought was best for the people. Roosevelt had written thirty-eight books
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