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Theodore Roosevelt
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the Roosevelts can trace their family roots to Claes                        van Rosenvelt
emigrated with his family from the            province of Zeeland
arrived in New Amsterdam between 1638 and         
1652 bought a         
had two grandsons
Johannes (Oyster Bay Roosevelts)
Theodore
Eleanor
               (Hyde Park Roosevelts)
Franklin
         Eleanor and Franklin got married and linked the family back together
Theodore
born October 27th, 1858 in                   
age of 18, entered               
scholarship
sports
worked on "The Naval War of         "
the first of his over      books
devoted father of        children
lost his mother and wife on the same day
retreated to recuperate in the Bad Lands of            Dakota
decided to go back to New York to build a career in public office
three terms as a Republican in the New York State                 
Civil Service Commissioner of New York City
             Commissioner of New York City
1897 Assistant Secretary of the Navy under                 
major turning point
during               -American War of 1898
led Rough Riders to battle front in         
became a popular                  hero
elected governor of New York State
nominated as Vice President
1901 after McKinley's                           , became president
set his own course
perhaps the most active and outspoken president in U.S. history
                   agenda
government intervention could help U.S.                      overcome many of its structural problems
"Great                          exist only because they are created and safe-guarded by our institutions, and it is therefore our right and our duty to see that they work in harmony with these institutions."
nationalist and American exceptionalist
claimed a new prominent role for the United States in foreign affairs
1906 won the            Prize
for his successful efforts to end the Russo-Japanese War
1909 succeeded in office by William Howard Taft
1912 ran again as the leader of the                        Party
survived assassination attempt
fixed image as Bull           
received the largest            party vote in American history
democrat Woodrow Wilson won
disappointed, Roosevelt left for the Rio                and traveled it with his son Kermit
1914 Great War started
Roosevelt argued fiercely for American                         
lived to see the U.S. enter and win the war
1918 son                shot down as pilot in France
         died January 6th
The Three Roosevelts
Theodore Roosevelt
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Eleanor Roosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt on National Security
Franklin Roosevelt's Approach to Security