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wife of Franklin Roosevelt and a strong advocate of human rights (1884-1962)

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But the Bremen had two boats out; the Theodore Roosevelt was also dropping boats to where the drift of minute objects struggled, rising and falling on the big, broad Atlantic waves.
Out of all this fierce torrent of sensation one impression rose and became cardinal--the impression of the men of the Theodore Roosevelt who had struggled in the water after the explosion of the first bomb.
But he forgot about the helmet when he got to the recess, because there he found lying on the floor the dead body of the boy who had been killed by a bullet from the Theodore Roosevelt.
Never Call Retreat: Theodore Roosevelt and the Great War.
I wonder how much time Roosevelt teachers spend celebrating their school's namesake?
22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Celebrating 90 years of iconic history today, The Roosevelt Hotel NYC invites future guests with the last name Roosevelt to book one night for $90 at the "Grand Dame of Madison Avenue.
THE BULLY PULPIT: THEODORE ROOSEVELT, WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT, AND THE GOLDEN AGE OF JOURNALISM
The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America
Brennan draws on the writings and official autobiography of Theodore Roosevelt to create an autobiography that extends the story past the presidency and focuses on Roosevelt as a person.
With Colonel Roosevelt, distinguished biographer Edmund Morris concludes the celebrated trilogy he began with The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt (1979)--for which he won the 1980 Pulitzer Prize and National Book Award--and continued in Theodore Rex (2001).
On June 2, 1897, Assistant Secretary of the Navy Theodore Roosevelt delivered a memorable and still relevant address at the Naval War College in Newport, Rhode Island.
In the darkest days near the end of the Great Depression of 1929-33, Franklin Delano Roosevelt emerged to become the nation's savior.
What made Theodore Roosevelt a conservationist hero was his conviction that pelicans, 2,000-year-old redwood trees and ancient rock formations belonged to future generations of Americans as well as to the past.