What is important that Theodore Roosevelt did?
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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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…nt leading up to his presidency. He was one of the best-read Presidents ever, and certainly one of the most prolific writers; over 250,000 of his letters have survived. Roosevelt is too complex a man to summarize succinctly, but there are a number of excellent biographies of the man. In his life he was a politician, writer, cattle rancher, explorer, hunter, soldier, husband, and father. Roosevelt is perhaps best known for his personality, which was extremely outgoing. He charmed almost everyone he met instantly with his boyish enthusiasm and interest. Teddy Roosevelt was one of the United States Presidents. (MORE)
Theodore and Franklin Roosevelt were distant (fifth) cousins. Franklin's wife, Eleanor Roosevelt , was Theodore's niece .
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…nt...he was in office from 1901-1909 serving two terms as president. 26th (MORE)
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.
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.
His foreign policy led to independence for Panama. He negotiated an end to the Russo-Japanese War. He built the Panama Canal, He started the National Park Service and designated dozens of national forests, parks, and monuments.
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…sidents. (MORE)
Edith Roosevelt was the second wife of Theodore Roosevelt. Hisfirst wife was Alice Hathaway Lee Roosevelt. They were only marriedfor four years.
Not exactly. President Theodore Roosevelt was Theodore RooseveltJr. , until his father died in 1878. In 1871, he and his wife nameda son, Theodore Roosevelt, Jr and he became Theodore Roosevelt,Sr.
He was an outdoor's man who loved hunting and walking softly while carrying a big stick.
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.
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… Peace. He also holds thestanding record for youngest person to be sworn in as president. Heachieved national fame as an officer in the Rough Riders, a UScavalry unit ,that made a heroic charge up San Juan Hill in Cubaduring the Spanish American War. In 1912, after failing to get theRepublican nomination for President, he formed his own party, knownas the Bull Moose Party and ran for president as a third candidate.He won more votes than the incumbent Republican president , splitthe Republican vote and gave the presidency to the Democrat,Woodrow Wilson. His was by far the best showing ever for a thirdparty candidate. He also passed the meat inspection law so otherswon't get sick. (MORE)
President Theodore Roosevelt had six kids and was married twice.Their names were Alice, Theodore III, Kermit, Ethel, Archibald, andQuentin.
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.
Theodore Roosevelt started his political career in the New YorkState Assembly. He eventually became the 26th President of theUnited States.
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.
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. . … TR had a failed bid for New York City Mayor (though he later waselected NY Governor), and also failed to be elected President in1912 running as a third party candidate (however, he finishedbetter than any other third party candidate to date). (MORE)
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.
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.
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… any circulatingcoin, but appeared on the thirty cent blue postage stamp from 1938.His image did appear on a presidential dollar coin but thatparticular dollar was only minted for collectors. (MORE)
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.
Theodore Roosevelt became president when William McKinley was assassinated, and served from 1901 to 1909. Franklin Delano Roosevelt took office after Herbert Hoover.
Theodore was Eleanor Roosevelt's uncle. Eleanor (full name Anna Eleanor Roosevelt) was the daughter of Theodore's brother Elliot..
No, they were distant cousins. Theodore Roosevelt was Franklin D. Roosevelt's fifth cousin, once removed. Theodore Roosevelt was also Eleanor Roosevelt's uncle; she was FDR's wife.
Theodore Roosevelt is the 26 president and the teddy bear is named after him. Franklin d Roosevelt is Theodore's cousin
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…rnor of New York.In 1900 Roosevelt was elected vice president under William McKinley.On September 6,1901 president McKinley was shot.William McKinley died 8 days later.He was the third president to be assassinated while in office.On September 14,1901 Roosevelt became the 26th president of the United States.As president he helped to build the Panama Canal.In 1904 Roosevelt was reelected president of the United States.In 1908 he did not run for a third term.Instead his secretary of war William Howard Taft became president of the United States.In 1909 Roosevelt left the White House and retired to his home in New York.In 1912 he ran for president again but he lost the election to Democrat Woodrow Wilson.In 1914 Roosevelt toured South America where he caught a type of jungle fever.Theodore Roosevelt died on January 6,1919 in Oyster Bay,New York at the age of 60. (MORE)
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…st federal birs reservations, 5 national parks, the first 18 national monuments, and the 1st game preserve. he won the nobel peace prize for ending the russo-japense war. (MORE)
Theodore Roosevelt fought in the Spanish American War . was awesome . he changed the US seal and added stars on it He also signed the Social Security Act of 1935. Which at the time taxed employees and employers 3% to receive 200.00 a month at the age of 65.
Well this question really cant be answered because it depends on the person you're talking to...I know that this isn't much help be it really does depend!
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…ilson. Interestingly, both Theodore's son (Theodore Roosevelt Jr.) and his nephew (Theodore Robinson) also served as Assistant Secretary, from 1921 to 1924 and 1924 to 1929 respectively. (MORE)
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.
He spoke English, of course. He also knew French and German. He had limited understanding of Latin and Greek as well, and had some Italian knowledge too.
No, one is the President and the other was his son. Both won Medal of Honor. Father's autograph is considerably more valuable.
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… 1904. (MORE)
The 26th President of the United States was Theodore Roosevelt from September 14, 1901 to March 4, 1909
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.
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.
He was the second of the four children of Theodore Roosevelt Sr and Mittie Bulloch.
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.
He is considered a peacemaker because of the work he did involving the Russo-Japanese war in 1905.
The Roosevelt Corollary was mainly aimed towards the Europeans that were intervening with affairs in the Americas.
Actually, since he was in the Progressive Era of the U.S, he just used regular technology. There was no way for him to improve communications.
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
yes, if you go onto google images and type in "Franklin Roosevelt and Theodore Roosevelt" it should be the first two pictures.
One of the things he did was he reshaped the role of the U.S. President to the form we recognize today. Another thing he did was established the U.S. Forest Service via the American Antiquities Act of 1906. He is widely known for his progressive politics.
Teddy Roosevelt is credited with establishing most of the national parks such as crater lake national park.
Theodore Roosevelt and Franklin Roosevelt were 5th cousins through their common ancestor of Nicholas Roosevelt.
He was 42 years old when he became the 26th president. He was 46 when he was elected U. S. President in the fall of 1904.
Yes. Theodore's branch and Franklin's branch were remote cousins. Eleanor was related to both, somewhere in between.
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.