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2 Theodore Roosevelt by Dylan Pauly Presentation Prepared For Mr. Berg’s 5 th Grade Class 2008

3 Table of Contents Title Page…………………………………………..pg.1 Table of Contents………………………… pg.2 Key Terms………………………………… pg.3 Question 1………………………………… pg.4 Question 2………………………………… pg.5 Question 3………………………………… pg.6 Question 4………………………………… pg.7 Question 5………………………………… pg.8 Question 6………………………………… pg.9 Final Thoughts…………………………………..pg.10

4 Key Terms Civil Rights: the right to fair and equal treatment, guaranteed by the Constitution. Republic: A government in which citizens elect leaders to represent them.

5 Question 1 What were some interesting facts about Theodore Roosevelt? He was the youngest president of the United States. He was also the Father of the Conservation. During his presidency TR signed into law a total of 18 national monuments. His mother and his wife died on the same day.

6 Question 2 What did Theodore Roosevelt believe was the most important thing about being president? That he was the youngest president of the U.S. He was part of the Republican Party. He was the 26 th president of the United States. He was the Father of the Conservation. His mother and his wife died on the same day.

7 Question 3 3. What political party did he belong to? Who were his cabinet members? He was a leader of the Republican party. StateJohn HayTreasuryLyman Judson Gage Leslie Mortier Shaw (from February 1, 1902)WarElihu Root William Howard Taft (from February 1, 1904)NavyJohn Davis Long William Moody (from May 1, 1902) Paul Morton (from July 1, 1904)Attorney GeneralPhilander Chase Knox William Moody (from July 1, 1904)InteriorEthan Allen HitchcockAgricultureJames WilsonCommerce and Labor*George Bruce Cortelyou (from February 16, 1903) Victor Howard Metcalf (from July 1, 1904)March 4, 1905-March 3, 1909 (Term 2)StateJohn Hay Elihu Root (from July 19, 1905) Robert Bacon (from January 27, 1909)TreasuryLeslie Mortier Shaw George Bruce Cortelyou (from March 4, 1907)WarWilliam Howard Taft Luke Edward Wright (from July 1, 1908)NavyPaul Morton Charles Joseph Bonaparte (from July 1, 1905) Victor Howard Metcalf (from December 17, 1906)John HayElihu Root William Howard TaftNavy William MoodyAttorney GeneralPhilander Chase Knox William MoodyJohn Hay Elihu RootWilliam Howard Taft Charles Joseph Bonaparte

8 Question 4 How did he make a difference? Roosevelt was the Father of Conservation. Grand Canyon National Monument was declared by T.R in T.R begins on the Panama Canal.

9 Question 5 Was our country better or worse when he was done? Explain. It was better when Theodore Roosevelt was done because Theodore Roosevelt bolted the Republican Party in bolted means: To secure or lock with or as if with a bolt.

10 Question 6 6.Are they still alive if yes, where do they live if no, how and when did they die, where are they buried? He was buried at Young’s Memorial Cemetery in Oyster Bay, New York. He is not alive right now. In 1919, at the age of sixty, he died in his sleep.

11 Final Thoughts That my Final Thoughts are Theodore Roosevelt was a cool president. He was the youngest president of the U.S. This was the best Power Point of my life that I’ve done. That Theodore Roosevelt died in his sleep. His mother and wife died on the same day. He was the Father of Conservation.


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