Theodore Roosevelt : President Roosevelt

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President Theodore Roosevelt By Ryan Baglietto Table of Contents: 1. Presidential Facts 2. Theodore Roosevelt’s Childhood 3. Education 4. Personal Life 5. Accomplishments 6. What do I think of President Roosevelt: 7. Presidential Picture 8. Bibliography 1. Presidential Facts: My president’s name is Theodore Roosevelt. His nickname is Teddy. Did you know the Teddy Bear was named after him? President Roosevelt was in office from September 14, 1901 until March 4, 1909. He was the 26th president of the United States. President Roosevelt was in the Republican Progressive Party. Theodore Roosevelt was born in New York City, New York on October 27, 1858. He died in Cove Neck, New York on January 6, 1919. He…show more content…
Another cabinet is the Secretary of the Treasury. This position helps with money and financial matters. The Secretary of the Treasury position was held by Lyman Gage (1901-1902), Leslie M. Shaw (1902-1907), and George Cortelyou (1907-1909). There is also a cabinet called the Secretary of War. This position is responsible for the War Department and all issues dealing with the military. The Secretary of War position was held by Elihu Root (1901-1904), William H. Taft (1904-1908), and Luke E. Wright (1908-1909). Another cabinet was Attorney General. The Attorney General is the main lawyer of the U.S. Government. He handles legal matters for the government. The Attorney General position was held by Philander C. Knox (1901-1904), William H. Moody (1904-1906), and Charles J. Bonaparte (1906-1909). There is also a cabinet called the Postmaster General. This position supervises the U.S. Postal Service. The Postmaster General position was held by Charles E. Smith (1901-1902), Henry C. Payne (1902-1904), Robert J. Wynne (1904-1905), George B. Cortelyou (1905-1907), and George von L. Meyer (1907-1909). Another cabinet is the Secretary of the Navy. This position oversees the Department of the Navy. The Secretary of the Navy position was held by John D. Long (1901-1902), William H. Moody (1902-1904), Paul Morton (1904-1905), Charles J. Bonaparte (1905-1906), Victor H. Metcalf (1906-1908), and Truman H. Newberry (1908-1909). There is also a cabinet
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