The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt Setting & Symbolism

Blanche Wiesen Cook
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New York City

New York City was the home of the Roosevelts and Halls.

Hempsted

Hempstead is a city on Long Island where Eleanor's family had a summer home.

Italy

The European country of Italy was the site of the Roosevelt family vacation in 1890, when Eleanor was a child.

Neuilly, France

Neuilly is a suburb of Paris where the Roosevelts rented a house while Anna was awaiting the birth of a baby.

Oyster Bay

Oyster Bay was the home of the Roosevelt side of the family where Eleanor visited Theodore.

Allenswood

Allenswood is the boarding school in South Fields, England which Elearnor attended in 1899.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park was the family home of Franklin Roosevelt.

Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. is the nation's capitol.

Fairhaven, Masssachusetts

Fairhaven, Massachusetts is the family home of the Delano's, Franklin's aunt and uncle.

Campobello

Campobello is the Roosevelt summer home in...

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