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Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore RooseveltAKA Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.

Born: 27-Oct-1858
Birthplace: New York City
Died: 6-Jan-1919
Location of death: Oyster Bay, NY
Cause of death: Heart Failure
Remains: Buried, Youngs Memorial Cemetery, Oyster Bay, NY

Gender: Male
Religion: Protestant
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Head of State, Author
Party Affiliation: Republican

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: 26th US President, 1901-09

Father: Theodore Roosevelt ("Thee", glass dealer, b. 22-Sep-1832, d. 9-Feb-1878)
Mother: Martha Bulloch Roosevelt (b. 1836, m. 22-Dec-1853, d. 14-Feb-1884)
Sister: Anna Roosevelt Cowles ("Bamie", b. 18-Jan-1855, d. 25-Aug-1931)
Brother: Elliott Bulloch Roosevelt (father of Eleanor Roosevelt, b. 28-Feb-1860, d. 14-Aug-1894)
Sister: Corinne Roosevelt Robinson (poet, b. 27-Sep-1861, d. 17-Feb-1933)
Wife: Alice Hathaway Lee Roosevelt (m. 27-Oct-1880, d. 14-Feb-1884 childbirth)
Daughter: Alice Roosevelt Longworth (socialite, b. 12-Feb-1884, d. 20-Feb-1980)
Wife: Edith Kermit Carow (m. 2-Dec-1886, until his death)
Son: Theodore Roosevelt Jr. ("Ted", Governor of Puerto Rico, b. 13-Sep-1887, d. 12-Jul-1944)
Son: Kermit Roosevelt (explorer, b. 10-Oct-1889, d. 4-Jun-1943 suicide)
Daughter: Ethel Carow Roosevelt Derby (b. 13-Aug-1891, d. 10-Dec-1977)
Son: Archibald Bulloch Roosevelt ("Archie", investment banker, b. 9-Apr-1894, d. 13-Oct-1979)
Son: Quentin Roosevelt (military pilot, b. 19-Nov-1897, d. 14-Jul-1918 World War I)

    University: BA, Harvard University (1880)

    US President (1901-09)
    US Vice President (1901, until William McKinley's assassination)
    Governor of New York (1898-1900)
    US Official Assistant Secretary of the Navy (1897-98)
    New York State Official President, New York Board of Police Commissioners (1895-97)
    US Official US Civil Service Commission (1889-95)
    American Philosophical Society 1906
    Explorers Club
    Fraternal Order of Eagles
    Improved Order of Red Men
    Loyal Order of Moose
    National Press Club
    Porcellian Club
    University Club of New York
    Young Republicans
    Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity
    Phi Beta Kappa Society
    Ticker-Tape Parade 18-Jun-1910
    Assassination Attempt 1912 in Milwaukee, shot by John Schrank
    Shot Milwaukee, WI (14-Oct-1912)
    Libel sued by Albany Times-Union publisher William Barnes, Jr. (1925)
    Nobel Peace Prize 1906
    Congressional Medal of Honor
    Funeral: Abraham Lincoln (1865) Witnessed the funeral procession in New York City
    Roosevelt Family
    Risk Factors: Asthma, Malaria, Hemorrhoids

Author of books:
The Naval War of 1812: Or, The History of the United States Navy During the Last War with Great Britain, to which is Appended an Account of the Battle of New Orleans (1882, history)
Hunting Trips of a Ranch Man (1885, memoir)
Gouverneur Morris (1888, biography)
The Winning of the West (1889-96, history)
Big Game Hunting in the Rockies and on the Great Plains (1899, nonfiction)
The Rough Riders (1899, history)
Oliver Cromwell (1900, biography)
Good Hunting in Pursuit of Big Game in the West (1907, nonfiction)
An Autobiography (1913, memoir)
Progressive Principles: Selections from Addresses Made During the Presidential Campaign of 1912 (1913, speeches)
History as Literature: And Other Essays (1913, essays)
America and the World War (1915, politics)

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