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Theodore Roosevelt Accomplishments

Can you imagine a tree so big that a whole group of grownups looks so tiny? Here we find President Theodore Roosevelt with naturalist John Muir at Yosemite in 1903.

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Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th and youngest U.S. president, focused on bringing progressive policies to the government and ensuring a strong middle class. He is also largely responsible for the establishment of many national parks

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Top 100 theodore roosevelt quotes photos Happy birthday to the 26th President of the United States (1901–1909), Theodore Roosevelt! President Roosevelt (1858–1919) is famous for a lot of "firsts." Some of these accomplishments include being the youngest president (age 42) ever elected, the first American to win the Nobel Peace Prize, the first president to visit a foreign country (Panama)...

After his humiliating election defeat in 1912, Roosevelt set his sights on the most punishing physical challenge he could find, the first descent of an unmapped, rapids-choked tributary of the Amazon. Together with his son Kermit and Brazil’s most famous explorer, Cândido Mariano da Silva Rondon, Roosevelt accomplished a feat so great that many at the time refused to believe it. In the process, he changed the map of the western hemisphere forever. N/A

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This short biography on Theodore Roosevelt focuses on his outgoing personality and list of personal accomplishments, his role in the Spanish-American War, and his achievements as President of the United States.The biography includes a series of questions based on the reading.In using this in my own class room, students are encouraged to:1.

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Henry White (diplomat) - was a prominent U.S. diplomat during the 1890s and 1900s, and one of the signers of the Treaty of Versailles. Theodore Roosevelt, who was president during the peak of White's career, described White as "the most useful man in the entire diplomatic service, during my Presidency and for many years before." Colonel House, the chief aide to Woodrow Wilson, called White "the most accomplished diplomatist this country has ever produced."