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Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States








26th President
Political Party Republican
Term September 14, 1901 - March 4, 1909  (42-50)
Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks   1905-1909
Predecessor William McKinley
Successor William Howard Taft




25th Vice President
Term March 4, 1901 - September 14, 1901  (42)
President William McKinley
Predecessor Garret Hobart
Successor Charles W. Fairbanks




Full Name Theodore Roosevelt, Jr.
Birth

October 27, 1858

New York City, New York

Father Theodore Roosevelt  (1831-1878)
Mother Martha Bulloch Roosevelt  (1835-1884)
Brothers Elliott Roosevelt  (1860-1894)
Sisters

Anna Roosevelt Cowles  (1855-1931)

Corinne Roosevelt Robinson  (1861-1933)

Alma Mater Harvard University  (A.B. 1880)
Military Services

Colonel

United States Army

1898

Occupation

33rd Governor of New York  (1899-1900)

Assistant Secretary of the Navy  (1897-1898)

President of the Board of New York City Police Commissioners  (1895-1897)

Commisioner of the New York City Police  (1895-1897)

Member of the United States Civil Service Commission  (1889-1895)

Member of the New York State Assembly  (1882-1884)

Author

Historian

Conservationist

Explorer

Cattle Rancher

Death

January 6, 1919

Oyster Bay, New York

(60 years)




Marriages
Alice Hathaway Lee  (1861-1884)

Married October 27, 1880

Widowed February 14, 1884

(3 years)

Edith Kermit Carow  (1861-1948)

Married December 2, 1886

(32 years)




Children

Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth

(m.1906 Nicholas Longworth)

(1 daughter)

Born February 12, 1884

Died February 20, 1980

(96 years)

Theodore Roosevelt III

(m.1910 Eleanor Alexander)

(3 sons, 1 daughter)

Born September 13, 1887

Died July 12, 1944

(56 years)

Kermit Roosevelt

(m.1914 Belle Willard)

(3 sons, 1 daughter)

Born October 10, 1889

Died June 4, 1943

(53 years)

Ethel Carow Roosevelt Derby

(m.1913 Richard Derby)

(1 son, 3 daughters)

Born August 13, 1891

Died December 10, 1977

(86 years)

Archibald Bulloch Roosevelt

(m.1917 Grace Lockwood)

(1 son, 3 daughters)

Born April 10, 1894

Died October 13, 1979

(85 years)

Quentin Roosevelt

Born November 19, 1897

Died July 14, 1918

(20 years)




Presidential Election of 1904
Nominees Running Mates Political Party Popular Vote Electoral Vote

Theodore Roosevelt  (NY)

Incumbent

Charles W. Fairbanks  (IN) Republican 7,630,457  (56.42%) 336
Alton B. Parker  (NY) Henry G. Davis  (WV) Democratic 5,083,880  (37.59%) 140
Eugene V. Debs  (IN) Benjamin Hanford  (NY) Socialist 402,810  (2.98%) 0
Silas C. Swallow  (PA) George W. Carroll  (TX) Prohibition 259,102  (1.92%) 0
Thomas E. Watson  (GA) Thomas Tibbles  (NE) Populist 114,070  (0.84%) 0
Charles H. Corregan  (NY) William W. Cox  (IL) Socialist Labor 33,354  (0.25%) 0




Presidential Cabinet
Name Office Term

John Hay  (IL)

Elihu Root  (NY)

Robert Bacon  (MA)

Secretary of State

1901-1905

1905-1909

1909

Lyman J. Gage  (IL)

L.M. Shaw  (IA)

George B. Cortelyou  (NY)

Secretary of Treasury

1901-1902

1902-1907

1907-1909

Elihu Root  (NY)

William H. Taft  (OH)

Luke E. White  (TN)

Secretary of War

1901-1904

1904-1908

1908-1909

Philander C. Knox  (PA)

William H. Moody  (MA)

Charles Bonaparte  (MD)

Attorney General

1901-1904

1904-1906

1906-1909

John D. Long  (MA)

William H. Moody  (MA)

Paul Morton  (NE)

Charles Bonaparte  (MD)

Victor H. Metcalf  (CA)

Truman H. Newberry  (MI)

Secretary of the Navy

1901-1902

1902-1904

1904-1905

1905-1906

1906-1908

1908-1909

Charles E. Smith  (PA)

Henry C. Payne  (WI)

Robert Wynne  (PA)

George B. Cortelyou  (NY)

George V. Meyer  (MA)

Postmaster General

1901-1902

1902-1904

1904-1905

1905-1907

1907-1909

Ethan A. Hitchcock  (MO)

James R. Garfield  (OH)

Secretary of the Interior

1901-1907

1907-1909

James Wilson  (IA) Secretary of Agriculture 1901-1909

George B. Cortelyou  (NY)

Victor H. Metcalf  (CA)

Oscar Straus  (NY)

Secretary of Commerce and Labor

1903-1904

1904-1906

1906-1909




United States Supreme Court
Nominee Position Term
Melville Fuller  (ME) Chief Justice 1888-1910  (22 years, died)

John M. Harlan  (KY)

Horace Gray  (MA)

David J. Brewer  (KS)

Henry M. Brown  (MN)

George Shiras Jr.  (PA)

Edward D. White  (LA)

Rufus W. Peckham  (NY)

Joseph McKenna  (CA)

Oliver W. Holmes Jr.  (MA)

William R. Day  (OH)

William H. Moody  (MA)

Associate Justice

1877-1911  (34 years, died)

1881-1902  (21 years, died)

1889-1910  (21 years, died)

1890-1906  (16 years, retired)

1892-1903  (11 years, retired)

1894-1910  (16 years, promoted)

1895-1909  (14 years, died)

1898-1925  (27 years, retired)

1902-1932  (30 years, retired)

1903-1922  (19 years, retired)

1906-1910  (4 years, retired)

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