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Theodore Roosevelt Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858 in New York. He was the 26th President of the United States.

Biography and Career :

Theodore Roosevelt was small and weak when he was a boy. His eyesight was bad and he suffered from asthma, but with the help of his father, he was able to overcome his weakness. He lifted weights and practiced gymnastics every day. He also rode horseback, swam, hiked and studied wrestling, boxing and judo. The hard work paid off. Theodore Roosevelt overcame his asthma and became well and strong. During the time when he was ill, he had to spend a lot of time in bed. Theodore Roosevelt loved to read and continued to love reading all his life.

He liked a challenge. He left his h ome in New York and went to North Dakota to become a rancher. He read everything he could about ranching and hired people who could teach him about cattle.

He went into politics because he decided he needed to serve the public. He was honest and expected others to be honest, also. Roosevelt didn't let anything stand in the way of duty. Once when he was running for president, someone shot him in the chest. He insisted on giving his speech before he had his wound treated. He said, "I have a message to deliver and I will deliver it as long as there is life in my body."

He used to sleep only 4 or 5 hours a night. He would sit up and read or work while his family slept. He was also a military man. His motto was, "Speak softly and carry a big stick." Once in a battle in the Spanish-American war, he led his cavalry soldiers (called Rough Riders) straight up San Juan Hill, even though he feared that he or his soldiers might be wounded.

Roosevelt was also very concerned about America's natural resources; the land, forests and rivers. He agreed to protect 150 million acres of wilderness land. During cattle drives, he worked right along beside the cowboys.

Theodore Roosevelt served as the 26th president of the United States from 1901 to 1909. He helped to bring about the construction of the Panama Canal. When he was young, Theodore Roosevelt promised himself he would live his life "to the hilt" until he was 60. And that is just what he did.

Why is Theodore Roosevelt famous?

Roosevelt is mostly famous because he was the 26th President of the United States, but also because of what he realised during his presidential years.

Why do we like Roosevelt?

He like Theodore Roosevelt because he is a real role model for us to follow, a hardworking and honest man.
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Fifty Years Before Your Eyes
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This Was Yesterday
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The Glory of Their Times
The Indomitable Teddy Roosevelt
In the Blood
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The Panama Deception
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Why Be Good? Sexuality & Censorship in Early Cinema
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Century: America`s Time
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