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KELLOGG
ADDAMS
FIFTH COUSIN
CHIEF SCOUT CITIZEN
ARTIST AUGUSTUS SAINT GAUDENS
FRIENDS
FRIEND
JANUARY
FORMER
DOUBT
PART
SPEECH
SHIPS
DAUGHTER
BIRTH
PORTRAIT
SECRETARY
ELEANOR
OCTOBER 27
ISSUE
FIRST ISSUE
FOUR SONS
CADETS
DEATH
POEM WRITTEN
SECOND-IN-COMMAND
FIRST PRESIDENT
FOUR CHILDREN
RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR
WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT
UNITED STATES NAVY
WAR
CITY
YORK
TIME
MCKINLEY
ASSASSINATION
NIECE
PRESIDENCY
HONOR
WORLD
UNITED STATES
WOODROW WILSON
AMERICA
PRESIDENT THEODORE ROOSEVELT
PRESIDENT
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  1. Theodore Roosevelt was the first Chief Scout Citizen, first vice president of the BSA, and President of the United States of America. (Web site)
  2. Theodore Roosevelt was the fifth Vice President to succeed to the office of President, but the first to win election in his own right.
  3. 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.
  4. Theodore Roosevelt was the first president of the modern era to react broadly to the challenges raised by the industrial and technological revolutions. (Web site)
  5. Theodore Roosevelt, the third candidate and opposed to a central bank, ran under his new Bull Moose Party. (Web site)

Kellogg

  1. During the early 1900s, Theodore Roosevelt appointed Kellogg as a prosecutor in the Justice Department.
  2. President Theodore Roosevelt employed Kellogg as the government's special attorney. (Web site)

Addams

  1. At the party's national convention, Addams seconded the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt for president and campaigned actively on his behalf. (Web site)

Fifth Cousin

  1. Theodore Roosevelt went to Harvard, and so did his fifth cousin, Franklin Roosevelt.

Chief Scout Citizen

  1. Theodore Roosevelt was selected as the Chief Scout Citizen and honorary vice-president. (Web site)

Artist Augustus Saint Gaudens

  1. Theodore Roosevelt commissioned artist Augustus Saint Gaudens to bring art to US coin designs.

Friends

  1. Theodore Roosevelt and Thomas Edison, both friends of Fisher, sent checks.

Friend

  1. 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. (Web site)

January

  1. In January of 2006, Kraft was presented with the highest honor bestowed by the NCAA as the recipient of the Theodore Roosevelt Award.

Former

  1. He is also working on films about Beatles guitarist George Harrison and former US President Theodore Roosevelt. (Web site)

Doubt

  1. In January of 1914, Rondon left with Theodore Roosevelt on the Roosevelt-Rondon Scientific Expedition, whose aims were to explore the River of Doubt. (Web site)

Part

  1. This emphasis on business was in part mitigated by Theodore Roosevelt, McKinley's successor after assassination, who engaged in trust-busting.
  2. On Theodore Roosevelt's progressive vision from the Roosevelt Institution, a student think tank inspired in part by Theodore Roosevelt.
  3. Baden-Powell met President Theodore Roosevelt during one of his many trips; he continued to hold conferences and to take part in gatherings.

Speech

  1. Republican Party rift "The right of the people to rule" Excerpts from a speech given by Theodore Roosevelt at Carnegie Hall, March 12, 1912.

Ships

  1. All the ships of the current Nimitz class bear the names of such national figures as Theodore Roosevelt, George Washington, and Ronald Reagan. (Web site)
  2. 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.

Daughter

  1. Their daughter Joanna Sturm was raised by her grandmother Alice Roosevelt Longworth, who was the daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt.

Birth

  1. The era of Theodore Roosevelt and the birth of modern America, 1900-1912.

Portrait

  1. Portrait of Theodore Roosevelt by John Singer Sargent in a formal frock coat, 1903.

Secretary

  1. 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.

Eleanor

  1. 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.

October 27

  1. Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858 at 7:45 p.m. (Web site)

Issue

  1. Schrank apparently did not have an issue with Theodore Roosevelt personally.
  2. It was the first change in tariff laws since the Dingley Act of 1897; the issue had been ignored by President Theodore Roosevelt. (Web site)
  3. This policy stood in opposition to former President Theodore Roosevelt 's ideas of New Nationalism, particularly on the issue of antitrust modification.

First Issue

  1. The lead article in the first issue of Foreign Affairs was written by former Secretary of State under Theodore Roosevelt 's Administration Elihu Root. (Web site)

Four Sons

  1. They had a daughter and four sons, the oldest of whom, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

Cadets

  1. 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. (Web site)

Death

  1. Edith Derby Williams, historian, granddaughter of former US President * Theodore Roosevelt, lived on Vashon Island from 1949 until her death in 2008. (Web site)
  2. Dr. John Allen Gable (1943-2005) served as executive director of the Theodore Roosevelt Association from 1974 through to his death in February 2005. (Web site)

Poem Written

  1. Other items of note in Part II include the manuscript of a poem written by Edith Wharton on the death of Theodore Roosevelt.

Second-In-Command

  1. He assumed command of the cavalry division, which included Theodore Roosevelt 's Rough Riders, and was nominally second-in-command of the V Corps. (Web site)

First President

  1. October 11 - Theodore Roosevelt becomes the first president to ride in an airplane.

Four Children

  1. The second of the four children of Theodore Roosevelt, Sr.

Russo-Japanese War

  1. President Theodore Roosevelt arranged for the base to host negotiations leading to the 1905 Treaty of Portsmouth, ending the Russo-Japanese War. (Web site)

William Howard Taft

  1. Butler, Root, William Howard Taft, and Theodore Roosevelt constituted a powerful political quartet in the early years of the century.
  2. Wilson won the presidential election of 1912 when William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt split the Republican vote.
  3. William Howard Taft and Theodore Roosevelt split the Republican Party by running against each other, allowing Wilson's victory. (Web site)

United States Navy

  1. The color is specified by the United States Navy for use in insignia and trim on vessels named for Theodore Roosevelt.

War

  1. The Americans now had control of Lake Champlain; Theodore Roosevelt later termed it the greatest naval battle of the war. (Web site)
  2. 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.

City

  1. Edith Roosevelt, the second wife of Theodore Roosevelt, was born in the city. (Web site)
  2. President Theodore Roosevelt visited the city to demonstrate the safety of New Orleans.
  3. 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.

York

  1. She grew up in Peekskill, New York, where her family ran the Albert Hotel, and as a young woman once met Theodore Roosevelt.
  2. March 23 - Theodore Roosevelt leaves New York for a post-presidency safari in Africa. (Web site)

Time

  1. 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. (Web site)
  2. I've been reading "T.R.: The Last Romantic," a biography of Theodore Roosevelt, for some time now.
  3. 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

  1. McKinley was easily re-elected, this time with a new vice president, Theodore Roosevelt. (Web site)

Assassination

  1. With the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, not quite 43, became the youngest President in the Nation's history.
  2. Biography: With the assassination of President McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, not quite 43, became the youngest President in the Nation's history. (Web site)
  3. Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th president after the assassination of President McKinley by an anarchist in 1901.

Niece

  1. In 1905 he married a distant cousin, a niece of Theodore Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt. (Web site)

Presidency

  1. 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.
  2. The report of the Industrial Commission was seized upon by Theodore Roosevelt, who based much of his presidency on "trust-busting".
  3. William Howard Taft William Howard Taft finished his presidency with a fight with his old friend and former president Theodore Roosevelt.

Honor

  1. Roosevelt's eldest son, Brigadier General Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., received the Medal of Honor for heroism at the Battle of Normandy in 1944.

World

  1. Pres. Theodore Roosevelt opened the first Pacific communications cable by sending a message around the world.

United States

  1. 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.
  2. January 6 – Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, dies in his sleep at the age of 60.

Woodrow Wilson

  1. Previous American recipients of the peace prize include former presidents Jimmy Carter in 2002, Woodrow Wilson in 1919 and Theodore Roosevelt in 1906. (Web site)

America

  1. America was assuming its new role as an international leader, a role that had begun 30 years earlier, under President Theodore Roosevelt.

President Theodore Roosevelt

  1. He graduated from Harvard University in 1904 and in 1905 wed ELEANOR ROOSEVELT, the niece of his fifth cousin, President THEODORE ROOSEVELT. (Web site)
  2. In the meantime, in 1905, he had married a distant cousin, Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, who was the niece of President Theodore Roosevelt. (Web site)
  3. Her father being dead, President Theodore Roosevelt gave his niece away. (Web site)

President

  1. Washington in 1901 was the first African-American ever invited to the White House as the guest of President Theodore Roosevelt.
  2. On a lecture tour of the United States in 1904 she was even received at the White House by President Theodore Roosevelt. (Web site)
  3. President Theodore Roosevelt gave his support as a vice-president of BSA and Chief Scout Citizen.

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  2. Information > Reference > Titles > President
  3. Roosevelt
  4. Awards > Nobel Prize > Nobel Laureates > Woodrow Wilson
  5. Society > Awards > Nobel Prize > Nobel Peace Prize

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