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- Theodore Roosevelt was the first Chief Scout Citizen, first vice president of the BSA, and President of the United States of America.
- Theodore Roosevelt was the fifth Vice President to succeed to the office of President, but the first to win election in his own right.
- Theodore Roosevelt is the only man to be awarded both the Nobel Prize for brokering peace, and the Congressional Medal of Honor for waging war.
- Theodore Roosevelt was the first president of the modern era to react broadly to the challenges raised by the industrial and technological revolutions.
- Theodore Roosevelt, the third candidate and opposed to a central bank, ran under his new Bull Moose Party.
- During the early 1900s, Theodore Roosevelt appointed Kellogg as a prosecutor in the Justice Department.
- President Theodore Roosevelt employed Kellogg as the government's special attorney.
- At the party's national convention, Addams seconded the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt for president and campaigned actively on his behalf.
- Theodore Roosevelt went to Harvard, and so did his fifth cousin, Franklin Roosevelt.
- Theodore Roosevelt was selected as the Chief Scout Citizen and honorary vice-president.
- Theodore Roosevelt commissioned artist Augustus Saint Gaudens to bring art to US coin designs.
- Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Edison, both friends of Fisher, sent checks.
- Bat Masterson was a friend of Theodore Roosevelt, who was given to admiring men with "guts," such men as Pat Garrett, Ben Daniels, and Billy Tilghman.
- In January of 2006, Kraft was presented with the highest honor bestowed by the NCAA as the recipient of the Theodore Roosevelt Award.
- He is also working on films about Beatles guitarist George Harrison and former US President Theodore Roosevelt.
- In January of 1914, Rondon left with Theodore Roosevelt on the Roosevelt-Rondon Scientific Expedition, whose aims were to explore the River of Doubt.
- This emphasis on business was in part mitigated by Theodore Roosevelt, McKinley's successor after assassination, who engaged in trust-busting.
- On Theodore Roosevelt's progressive vision from the Roosevelt Institution, a student think tank inspired in part by Theodore Roosevelt.
- Baden-Powell met President Theodore Roosevelt during one of his many trips; he continued to hold conferences and to take part in gatherings.
- Republican Party rift "The right of the people to rule" Excerpts from a speech given by Theodore Roosevelt at Carnegie Hall, March 12, 1912.
- All the ships of the current Nimitz class bear the names of such national figures as Theodore Roosevelt, George Washington, and Ronald Reagan.
- President Theodore Roosevelt sent four cruisers to bring it back to the U.S., and these ships were escorted up the Chesapeake Bay by seven battleships.
- Their daughter Joanna Sturm was raised by her grandmother Alice Roosevelt Longworth, who was the daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt.
- The era of Theodore Roosevelt and the birth of modern America, 1900-1912.
- Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt by John Singer Sargent in a formal frock coat, 1903.
- He returned to his private legal practice in 1904, but in 1905 at President Theodore Roosevelt 's invitation, accepted the post of secretary of state.
- Following a White House reception and dinner with her uncle, President Theodore Roosevelt, on New Year's Day, 1903, Franklin's courtship of Eleanor began.
- Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858 at 7:45 p.m.
- Schrank apparently did not have an issue with Theodore Roosevelt personally.
- It was the first change in tariff laws since the Dingley Act of 1897; the issue had been ignored by President Theodore Roosevelt.
- This policy stood in opposition to former President Theodore Roosevelt 's ideas of New Nationalism, particularly on the issue of antitrust modification.
- The lead article in the first issue of Foreign Affairs was written by former Secretary of State under Theodore Roosevelt 's Administration Elihu Root.
- They had a daughter and four sons, the oldest of whom, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.
- While in the U.S. they demonstrated the art of Judo for Theodore Roosevelt at the White House, and for cadets at the West Point Military Academy.
- Edith Derby Williams, historian, granddaughter of former US President * Theodore Roosevelt, lived on Vashon Island from 1949 until her death in 2008.
- Dr. John Allen Gable (1943-2005) served as executive director of the Theodore Roosevelt Association from 1974 through to his death in February 2005.
- Other items of note in Part II include the manuscript of a poem written by Edith Wharton on the death of Theodore Roosevelt.
- He assumed command of the cavalry division, which included Theodore Roosevelt 's Rough Riders, and was nominally second-in-command of the V Corps.
- October 11 - Theodore Roosevelt becomes the first president to ride in an airplane.
- The second of the four children of Theodore Roosevelt, Sr.
- President Theodore Roosevelt arranged for the base to host negotiations leading to the 1905 Treaty of Portsmouth, ending the Russo-Japanese War.
- Butler, Root, William Howard Taft, and Theodore Roosevelt constituted a powerful political quartet in the early years of the century.
- Wilson won the presidential election of 1912 when William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt split the Republican vote.
- William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt split the Republican Party by running against each other, allowing Wilson's victory.
- The color is specified by the United States Navy for use in insignia and trim on vessels named for Theodore Roosevelt.
- The Americans now had control of Lake Champlain; Theodore Roosevelt later termed it the greatest naval battle of the war.
- Elihu Root: As secretary of war in the cabinets of William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt, Root reorganized the army and established the Army War College.
- Edith Roosevelt, the second wife of Theodore Roosevelt, was born in the city.
- President Theodore Roosevelt visited the city to demonstrate the safety of New Orleans.
- Theodore Roosevelt McKeldin was born November 20, 1900, in Balti- more City, one of the eleven children of the late James A. and Dora (Grief) McKeldin.
- She grew up in Peekskill, New York, where her family ran the Albert Hotel, and as a young woman once met Theodore Roosevelt.
- March 23 - Theodore Roosevelt leaves New York for a post-presidency safari in Africa.
- Gore is the first former vice president to win the Peace Prize since 1906 when Theodore Roosevelt, who by that time had become president, was awarded.
- I've been reading "T.R.: The Last Romantic," a biography of Theodore Roosevelt, for some time now.
- The good, the bad and the Ugly of TR Morris book takes a look at the early life of Theodore Roosevelt including his time with the rough riders.
- McKinley was easily re-elected, this time with a new vice president, Theodore Roosevelt.
- With the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, not quite 43, became the youngest President in the Nation's history.
- Biography: With the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, not quite 43, became the youngest President in the Nation's history.
- Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th president after the assassination of President McKinley by an anarchist in 1901.
- In 1905 he married a distant cousin, a niece of Theodore Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt.
- In it, Morris follows the life of Theodore Roosevelt from his birth in a New York City brownstone in 1858 to his assumption of the U.S. Presidency in 1901.
- The report of the Industrial Commission was seized upon by Theodore Roosevelt, who based much of his presidency on "trust-busting".
- William Howard Taft William Howard Taft finished his presidency with a fight with his old friend and former president Theodore Roosevelt.
- Roosevelt's eldest son, Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., received the Medal of Honor for heroism at the Battle of Normandy in 1944.
- Pres. Theodore Roosevelt opened the first Pacific communications cable by sending a message around the world.
- He died in the city eight days later and Theodore Roosevelt was sworn in at the Wilcox Mansion as the 26th President of the United States.
- January 6 – Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, dies in his sleep at the age of 60.
- Previous American recipients of the peace prize include former presidents Jimmy Carter in 2002, Woodrow Wilson in 1919 and Theodore Roosevelt in 1906.
- America was assuming its new role as an international leader, a role that had begun 30 years earlier, under President Theodore Roosevelt.
- He graduated from Harvard University in 1904 and in 1905 wed ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, the niece of his fifth cousin, President THEODORE ROOSEVELT.
- In the meantime, in 1905, he had married a distant cousin, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, who was the niece of President Theodore Roosevelt.
- Her father being dead, President Theodore Roosevelt gave his niece away.
- Washington in 1901 was the first African-American ever invited to the White House as the guest of President Theodore Roosevelt.
- On a lecture tour of the United States in 1904 she was even received at the White House by President Theodore Roosevelt.
- President Theodore Roosevelt gave his support as a vice-president of BSA and Chief Scout Citizen.
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