Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt

October 27, 1858-January 6,1919

Facts:-He was the first President to travel outside of the country while in office. In 1906, he went to Panama.-He strongly believed in seperation of church and state, and acted on it.-In 1906, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his role of negotiater in the Russo-Japanese War. He was the first American to win the prize.-He was a multitasking homeschooler.-Rather than going by his full name, he preferred TR.-As a result of a boxing inquiry, while in office, he was blind in his left eye.-In the winter, he was known to go swimming in the Potomac River.-On October 11, 1910 he flew a plane built by the Wright brothers making him the first President to do so. -Youngest President



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