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After graduating from Harvard, Theodore Roosevelt studied at Columbia School of Law in the early 1880s.  Image of Theodore around the time he attended Columbia School of Law

 

 

 

 

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Theodore Roosevelt chopping wood on his property at Sagamore Hill c. 1905

Sagamore Hill, the Roosevelt country estate on Long Island, N.Y. also housed many exotic animals. Some were given to the family as gifts.

 

 

 

 

 

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Theodore Roosevelt in 1916

Like George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt did not have a middle name.

 

 

 

 

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Roosevelt and John Muir on horseback leaving Yosemite Valley in 1903. Image was taken about 5 years before Ford’s Model T was introduced.

 

 

 

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Portrait of a young Theodore Roosevelt holding an axe c. 1880

About 4 years later Roosevelt moved out West, set up ranches and lived there for nearly 3 years

 

 

 

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Roosevelt in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1913.  There is a river in Brazil “Rio Teodoro” named in Theodore Roosevelt’s honor.

 

 

 

 

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Theodore Roosevelt without glasses wearing deerskins and holding a rifle in 1885. 

When young Theodore Roosevelt traveled West, he got into an altercation in a hotel bar after being called “four eyes.”  The person who started the fight lost.

 

 

 

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Theodore Roosevelt, Leonard Wood, and Alexander Brodie in San Antonio, Texas in 1898  

When the Rough Riders landed in Cuba in the Summer of 1898, Theodore Roosevelt was 39 years old.

 

 

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