Theodore Roosevelt By Mrs. Zindman
Roosevelt's birthplace in N.Y.C.
Early Life Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858. He was born in New York, New York. His father’s name was also Theodore Roosevelt. His mother’s name was Martha Bulloch. He had three siblings named Anna, Elliot, and Corinne. One of his nieces was Eleanor Roosevelt. Theodore was a fifth-cousin and an uncle-in-law to Franklin D. Roosevelt. Roosevelt's birthplace in N.Y.C.
I am young Teddy at eleven years old!
Schooling Theodore was schooled at home with private tutors until he went to college. Theodore only went to two schools in his whole life. They were Harvard College and Columbia Law School I am young Teddy at eleven years old!
Marriage Theodore Roosevelt married Alice Hathaway Lee. After his sweet Alice died, which happened to be on the same day as his mother, He married Edith Kermit Carow. He and Edith had six beautiful children. Their names were Alice, named after his first wife, Ted, Kermit, Archie, and Quenton. Theodore and his family lived at Sagamore Hill.
Service From Theodore President Roosevelt was Assistant Secretary of the U.S. Navy in 1898. Theodore helped command the Rough Riders in the Spanish American War.
Vote For Roosevelt! Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th President of the United States of America.
Facts About Teddy Teddy’s famous quote was, “speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far.” Teddy was five feet and eight inches tall. He weighed two- hundred pounds. He was the first president to win the Nobel Peace Prize in Teddy admired Abraham Lincoln so much he wore a ring with a lock of Lincoln’s hair in it. Teddy was the first president to visit a foreign country while in office. Teddy’s favorite word was “Bully!”- which meant great. Teddy was the first president to fly in an airplane. Teddy was a naturalist and a hunter. A stuffed bear was named after him. It was called a teddy bear
More Facts About President Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt had the Panama Canal built. Theodore Roosevelt was a conservationist. He set aside land for many national parks in the United States. Roosevelt had asthma. He lost his mother and wife the same day I had the Panama Canal built!
President Roosevelt’s Death
President Roosevelt died on January 6,1919 of old age. It was a very sad day for anyone who knew him. He died of old age. He was buried in Oyster Bay, New York. This is his grave stone. The End
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