Theodore Roosevelt gets credit for giving the White House its name.
Before Theodore Roosevelt gave it the name White House, it was known as the Executive Mansion.
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Theodore Roosevelt was the first to have the White House printed on his official stationery.
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It get its name from its color-- it is a white house.
Theodore Roosevelt was the first to use "White House" on his official stationery. The name was never give any official status by Congress. People called it by that name at least since it was painted white after it was repaired from being burned by the British.
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Theodore Roosevelt was the first President to use "White House" on his official stationery and so perhaps gave it a more official status. I do not think Congress has ever acted to officially give the White House that name.
As it is painted white...:-P LOL...
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The original name of the white house was Presidential Palace. BP
the white house.
He was in the White House in Washington.
Yes, it is a Proper noun, it is the house's name. It is 'the' White House, not simply a white house.
Frances Cleveland had a baby while living in the White House in 1893.
its the color of the house! It's white. Also, it's a house.
It's somewhat surprising to learn the White House of the United States of America had been previously called the "President's Palace," the "President's House," and the "Executive Mansion." References to 'mansion' harkens back to the 1700s when most 'large houses' were called mansions and often had many hundreds of acres surrounding the home. In 1901, President Theodore Roosevelt officially gave "The White House" its current name.
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