Theodore Roosevelt

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It is only years after their presidency that a nation can judge on whether or not their president has served them right. However, only a few remain in the memory of the people as being good president. Theodore Roosevelt is one of the very few presidents remembered by all as being a good president. ... Continue Reading


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I'd like to tell you a little bit about teddy bears...things that maybe you don't already know. I really don't mean to brag, but I must say that at the Coach House Collection we think that teddy bears make ideal companions. I say that for several good reasons. First of all, we are very versatile. ... Continue Reading

Mount Rushmore

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How many of you have ever wondered how Mt. Rushmore was created Mt. Rushmore memorializes the birth, growth, preservation and development of the USA. Between 1927 and 1941, Gutzon Borglum and 400 workers sculpted the 60-foot busts of Presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theod ... Continue Reading

The Spanish-American War

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The Spanish-American War had a good many causes. The stated U.S. cause for war with Spain was the Cuban struggle for independence, American Imperialism was also another factor and the sinking of the Maine was a big factor as well. The war grew out the Cuban struggle for ... Continue Reading


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Middle class influenced by Darwinian revolution, focusing on problems created by expanding industrial world. Realistic, ie took surveys and such. Henry George’s Progress and Poverty and Edward Bellamy’s Looking Backward set precedent. Believed world in flux, so rebel again ... Continue Reading

Preserving America's National Parks

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Our ranch in southern Colorado was a land of rocks, trees, sagebrush, cactus, and cavernous ravines. It was beautiful and dangerous. I loved my home - it was the perfect place for a boy like me; rowdy, out-of-control and in need of space to roam and play. One day, my father allowed me to ride Bulld ... Continue Reading


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On September 6, 1901, at the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York, a young anarchist guns down President William McKinley. This tragic event marked the beginning of the youngest Presidency in U.S. history. A forty-two year old New Yorker named Theodore Roosevelt took control of the White Hou ... Continue Reading


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It is only years after their presidency that a nation can judge on whether or not their president has served them right. However, only a few remain in the memory of the people as being good president. Theodore Roosevelt is one of the very few presidents remembered by all as being a good president. ... Continue Reading

Progressive Movement

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Theodore Roosevelt and the Progressive Movement Progressivism was a period of American history in which improving working conditions, improving the way of life, exposing corruption, expanding democracy and making reforms were the issues of this period. Also, the expansion of the federal governme ... Continue Reading

T R Roosevelt

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“Men say he [Teddy Roosevelt] is not safe. He is not safe for the men who wish to prosecute selfish schemes to the public detriment . . . who wish government to be conducted with greater reference to campaign contributions than to the public good . . . who wish to draw the President of the United ... Continue Reading

Kookiness, murder and rage

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Arsenic and Old Lace, a well written Shakespearian comedy was the script chosen for this years Fall Play. All of the play takes place in September, 1941 in the Brooklyn, New York home of Abby and Martha Brewster. The Brewster sisters are crazy lunatics that rent out the extra room in the household. ... Continue Reading

Meat Inspection Act

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President Theodore Roosevelt signed the Meat Inspection Act on June 30, 1906. It was first initiated by Senator Beveridge of Indiana. The Meat Inspection Act brought the following reforms to the processing of cattle, sheep, horses, swine and goats destined for human cons ... Continue Reading

Progressive Era

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During the Progressive era, the administrative decisions of Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, and Woodrow Wilson affected the course of the time period. The three presidents dealt with issues in distinctly different manners. The foreign policies enacted by these presidents were the basis of the ... Continue Reading

Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt was born on October 27, 1858, in New York to Martha Bulloch Roosevelt and Theodore Roosevelt Sr., he was their second child and first son. He was named after his father, Theodore Sr., and was sometimes called “Thee” or “Teddy” as a nickname. He was a seventh generation Roo ... Continue Reading

Teddy roosevelt essay

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The following paper you are about to read talks all about the president known as Theodore Roosevelt. In this paper you will find many goals he achieved while being a president, and also talk about him being in Harvard, and the time he spent out west after his horrific family tragedy. It will also i ... Continue Reading

Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt: Image and Ideology Theodore Roosevelt was a complex man of family, property and education. Edward N. Saveth expresses many of Roosevelt’s beliefs and positions as well as his contradictions in the essay. Saveth shows that even though Roosevelt had many qualities disliked ... Continue Reading

Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson

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Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson are both iconic American presidents. Their places in history are merely separated by the presidency of William Howard Taft, but they still share many of the ideals of the Progressive era. While they did have two different approaches to the presidency, Wilson had ... Continue Reading

Progressive Hall of Fame

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The progressives were those who contributed to make changes in society and living style. They were ready to betray their own lives to make changes in the environment of the country. I believe that in the progressive era, there were three major progressives who deserve to be the hall of fame: Jane Ad ... Continue Reading

The Political Life of Theadore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt’s Political Life As a president Theodore Roosevelt was a strong leader and ruled with an iron fist. Not only did he conquer the frontier but he went on to conquer other countries. Roosevelt started out life as a born leader. When he was a child he overcame his sickness by p ... Continue Reading

Progressive Presidents Timeline

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 1908 William Howard Taft is elected president, and James S. Sherman is vice president.  1908 Muller vs. Oregon. The Supreme Court rules that an Oregon law instituting the maximum hours a woman can work is constitutional.  1909 The Smoking Opium Excl ... Continue Reading

Roosevelt and Wilson

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The presidencies of Theodore Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson are two of the most prominent and famous of all time. During their separate terms of office, these two presidents changed the country and role of the president with their ideas on progressivism, and their bold attitudes toward the nation’ ... Continue Reading

The Empire And The People

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“The Empire and the People” Americans have the need to expand and set their goals high. Oversea expansion wasn’t a new idea that just popped up, but revived again. There have been many oversea probes and interventions by the 1890s and from that, ideology of expansion was widespread. The Mo ... Continue Reading

The Warrior and the Priest

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The Warrior On October 27, 1858, in New York, Martha Bulloch Roosevelt gave birth to Theodore Roosevelt, her second child and first son. He was named after his father, Theodore Sr., and was sometimes called Thee or Teedie by his mother. He was a seventh generati ... Continue Reading

Progressives 1900-1920

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The reformers, from 1900 to 1920 brought about many changes to the national government, but had struggles getting there. After time, it became easier and they were better recognized. They set the stage for the federal government to bring reform to the national level quickly. Their tactics were ef ... Continue Reading

Progressive Era

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“We are in a period of clamor, of bewilderment, of an almost tremulous unrest. We are hastily revising all our social conceptions. We are hastily testing all our political ideas.” This comment by Walter Weyl reflects the mammoth social and political changes that emerged during the turn of the ... Continue Reading