Theodore Roosevelt, nicknamed Teddy, was the 26th president of the United States. He served as president from 1901 until 1909. He also served as governor of New York in 1891 and served as vice president to William McKinl... More »

Known for its natural beauty and wildlife, North Dakota inspired Teddy Roosevelt, the conservation president, to create the U.S. Forest Service and 150 national forests and designate five national parks, including the fi... More »

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Some interesting facts about Eleanor Roosevelt include: her father was an alcoholic, she was the first First Lady to become an active participant in her husband's politics and she knew Franklin Roosevelt as a child. Elea... More »

Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States, becoming known as a "trust buster" for his fight against industrial monopolies, and focusing much of his time on conservationist policies. For his role in e... More »

Teddy Roosevelt served almost two terms as president. He became president after William McKinley was assassinated on Sept. 14, 1901, six months into his term as president. More »

Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States. He served from 1901 to 1909 as a Republican. He's known for being the youngest president at 42, busting trusts, allocating land for national parks, leading ... More »

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As stated by the National Park Service, Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt was chosen as one of four American Presidents enshrined on Mount Rushmore because he "provided leadership when America experienced rapid economic growth ... More »