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Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt's two greatest accomplishments while in office was the negotiation to end the Russo-Japanese War, for which he was given a Nobel Peace Prize, and the completion of the Panama Canal to connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.
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Who was Theodore Roosevelt?

Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt was the 26th President of the United States. He conserved more land area, over 150 Million acres, as President, which is more than any other person in world history. Roosevelt held a number of other posts in government both in the State of New York and the federal governme (MORE)

What number president was Theodore Roosevelt?

Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th US president. As Vice president, he succeeded William McKinley and served one elected term thereafter. He was president from September 14, 1901 to March 4, 1909. He was succeeded by William Howard Taft.he was the 26th president T eddy Roosevelt was the 26 th preside (MORE)

Who is Theodore Roosevelt?

Theodore Roosevelt was the president of the US from 1901 to 1909. His father was Theodore Roosevelt Sr. and one of his sons was Brig. Gen. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

Why was Theodore Roosevelt important?

He was important because he was a great citizen and was most famous.and he won a nobel prize for ending the russo Japanese war and made a national forest out of.

About Theodore Roosevelt?

Theodore Roosevelt was born in October of 1858. He graduated fromHarvard and Columbia and served in the United States Army prior tobecoming the 26th President of the United States. With many greataccomplishments including his work on the Panama Canal, he isconsidered one of the greatest American Pre (MORE)

When was Theodore Roosevelt inaugurated?

The first inauguration was on September 14, 1901.. Source: Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural National Historic Site, http://www.nps.gov/thri/historyculture/index.htm. The date for his second term was the standard day, at that time, in 1905: March 4.

What did Theodore Roosevelt do?

Theodore Roosevelt was the president of the US from 1901 to 1909. He was New York Assemblyman,, New York Governor, Vice President,President, and Assistant secretary of the navy all before the ageof 43. He mediated the Russo-Japanese War, helped with the PanamaCanal, and won the Nobel Peace Prize for (MORE)

Who were Theodore Roosevelts kids?

President Theodore Roosevelt had six kids and was married twice.Their names were Alice, Theodore III, Kermit, Ethel, Archibald, andQuentin.

How did Theodore Roosevelt become blind?

He became blind in one eye after taking a blow in a boxing match while President. The injury was kept secret from the public.. Roosevelt often took part in recreational sports at the White House, such as tennis, but also martial arts.

Where did Theodore Roosevelt go to college?

Roosevelt graduated magna cum laude from Harvard in 1880. After graduating from Harvard he studied law at Columbia Law School but dropped out without a degree and never took the bar exam.

What were some failures of Theodore Roosevelt?

Roosevelt was good at picking battles he could win - one of thereasons he never tackled racism as President. . Roosevelt had wanted to institute a system of "simplifiedspelling," which was rejected by just about everyone whoencountered it. Roosevelt didn't see this as a major defeatwhatsoever. . (MORE)

What laws did Theodore Roosevelt pass?

Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States. Hepassed the Elkins Anti-Rebate Law, the creation of the Departmentof Commerce, and the Hepburn Bill.

Why was Theodore Roosevelt a Republican?

TR was a proponent of national greatness rather than that of individual states, which suited the Republican Platform nicely. In his time, the Democrats were still associated with the south and with the Rebel cause in the Civil War; TR was from New York, a Union state.

Is Theodore Roosevelt on the dime?

No, that is Franklin Roosevelt. Other presidents depicted on coinsare Lincoln - Penny from 1909 Washington - 25 cent piece, from 1932 Jefferson - five cent piece, from 1938 J.F. Kennedy - fifty cent piece, from 1964 FDR has been on the dime since 1946 Theodore Roosevelt has never been portrayed on (MORE)

Monument for Theodore Roosevelt?

TR is carved into Mt. Rushmore, but also has other significant sites dedicated to him including his birthplace, burial site, inauguration site, and home at Sagamore Hill.

What did Theodore Roosevelt were?

Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27,1858 in New York City.In 1878 his father died.In 1880 Roosevelt married Alice Lee and had only one child.In 1884 Roosevelts mother died.A few hours later his wife Alice died.In 1886 Roosevelt married Edith Carow and had 5 children.In 1898 he was elected gove (MORE)

What were some experiences that made Theodore Roosevelt important?

well, he was in the military that was an expeirence that helped become famous. second as if you could not tell the fact that he was president would be a huge achievement. he also put an american museum in africa and south america. he wrote over 35 books. he designated 150 national forests, the fir (MORE)

Who was in the navy Theodore Roosevelt or Franklin Roosevelt?

BOTH of the Presidents had served not in the Navy, but as Assistant Secretary of the Navy . Theodore Roosevelt served from 1897 to 1898 under President McKinley, and later became his Vice President. Franklin D. Roosevelt served from 1913 to 1920 (including World War I) under President Woodrow W (MORE)

Why was Theodore Roosevelt assassinated?

Theodore Roosevelt, the twenty-sixth President of the United States, was not assassinated - he died of natural causes at the age of 60, having caught a damaging dose of malaria a couple of years earlier.

How was Theodore Roosevelt elected president?

The 26th President of the United States was Theodore Roosevelt. President Roosevelt was in office from September 14, 1901 to March 4, 1909. Roosevelt as Vice President succeeded President William McKinley in 1901 when McKinley was assassinated. President Roosevelt was reelected into a second term in (MORE)

Is there a presidential library for Theodore Roosevelt?

There is a Presidential Library for Theodore Roosevelt now in the planning stages (Dec 2012). I do not know of the location yet. At present, his papers, speeches, notes, etc. are scattered around several institutions, most are at Harvard.

What is the public opinion on Theodore Roosevelt?

Fairly good. He was considered a progressive president and someone who understood the common man. He was a sportsman, war hero, rancher , held government offices prior to taking the office of president. He was larger than life.

What ticket did Theodore Roosevelt run for?

When he ran for President, Theodore Roosevelt was the nominee of the Republican Party in 1904 and the Progressive Party in 1912. 1912 was the last time to date that the Republican Party Presidential Nominee finished third.

Who was the US President after Theodore Roosevelt?

William Howard Taft was the US President after Theodore Roosevelt. William Howard Taft was the 27th President of the United States from 1909 March 4 to 1913 March 4. The bull moose party Woodrow Wilson

When did Eleanor Roosevelt marry Theodore Roosevelt?

No, that is not precise. Theodore Roosevelt was Eleanor's uncle. He gave his niece's hand to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, America's 32nd President. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Eleanor Roosevelt were wed in the year of March 17, 1905.