President Theodore Roosevelt: A Brief Biography

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President Theodore Roosevelt was the twenty-sixth president of the Unites States. Also known as “Teddy” Roosevelt was born in New York City and he came from a wealthy family. He attended Harvard College he then married his first wife and the attended the Columbia University Law school but he didn't finish. According to history .com, “In 1882 Roosevelt was elected to the New York State Assembly and served two terms”. Soon after this his wife and mother died Roosevelt decided to take some time and go to his ranch he then went back to New York. Once Roosevelt came home from the Spanish-American War as a hero he became the governor. When Mckinley got assassinated Roosevelt became the new president. According to history .com Roosevelt was only 42

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