The White House
The biography opens on New Year's Day at this location, where a long line of dignitaries and common people waited to wish Theodore Roosevelt a happy new year.
This was the name of Theodore Roosevelt’s first steed. After falling in love with Alice Lee, he trained this horse to pull his new dog cart so that he could escort his lady around town.
28 East 20th Street
Theodore Roosevelt was born at his family home at this address.
6 West 57th Street
Upon returning from Europe, Theodore Roosevelt, Senior presented a new home to his family at this address.
Mrs. Richardson's Boarding House
At seventeen, Roosevelt entered college. Fearing the impact of damp, drafty dormitories on his fragile health, he stayed, instead, at this residence.
The Summer Birds of the Adirondacks
This was Roosevelt’s first published work describing the wildlife of the mountains of...
This section contains 420 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)