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Troosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States






TermEdit

26th President of the United States
Republican
September 14, 1901 - March 4, 1909  (42-50)
Preceded by William McKinley
Succeeded by William Howard Taft


25th Vice President of the United States
March 4, 1901 - September 14, 1901  (42)
Preceded by Garret Hobart
Succeeded by Charles W. Fairbanks


36th Governor of New York
January 1, 1899 - December 31, 1900  (40-42)
Preceded by Frank S. Black
Succeeded by Benjamin Barker Odell Jr.


DataEdit

Full Name Theodore Roosevelt Jr.
Born October 27, 1858
Birthplace New York City, New York
Alma Mater Harvard University  (B.A. 1880)
Died January 6, 1919  (60 years)
Deathplace Oyster Bay, New York


ParentsEdit

Theodore Roosevelt
Born September 22, 1831
Father Cornelius Van Schaack Roosevelt  (1794-1871) (77 years)
Mother Margaret Barnhill  (1799-1861) (62 years)
Marriage 1853 - 1878  (25 years, died)
Died February 9, 1878  (46 years)


Martha Stewart Bulloch
Born July 8, 1835
Father James Stephens Bulloch  (1793-1849) (56 years)
Mother Martha Stewart Elliott  (1799-1864) (65 years)
Children 4
Died February 14, 1884  (48 years)


SiblingsEdit

1. Anna Roosevelt  (1855-1931) (76 years)

(married 1895  William Cowles  (1846-1923) (77 years))

2. Elliott Bulloch Roosevelt  (1860-94) (34 years)

(married 1883  Anna Hall  (1863-92) (29 years))

3. Corinne Roosevelt  (1861-1933) (72 years)

(married 1882  Douglas Robinson  (1855-1918) (63 years))


MarriagesEdit

1. Alice Hathaway Lee
Born July 29, 1861
Father George Cabot Lee  (1830-1910) (80 years)
Mother Caroline Watts Haskell  (1835-1914) (79 years)
Marriage October 27, 1880 - February 14, 1884  (3 years, widowed)
Died February 14, 1884  (22 years)


2. Edith Kermit Carow
Born August 6, 1861
Father Charles Carow  (1825-83) (58 years)
Mother Gertrude Elizabeth Tyler  (1836-96) (60 years)
Marriage December 2, 1886 - January 6, 1919  (32 years, died)
Died September 30, 1948  (87 years)


Children with Alice Lee RooseveltEdit

1. Alice Lee Roosevelt
Born February 12, 1884
Husband Nicholas Longworth III  (1869-1931) (62 years)
Marriage February 17, 1906 - April 6, 1931  (25 years, widowed)
Children Paulina
Died February 20, 1980  (96 years)


Children with Edith Carow RooseveltEdit

2. Theodore Roosevelt III
Born September 13, 1887
Wife Eleanor Butler Alexander  (1888-1960) (72 years)
Marriage June 20, 1910 - July 12, 1944  (34 years, died)
Children Grace, Theodore, Cornelius, Quentin
Died July 12, 1944  (56 years)


3. Kermit Roosevelt
Born October 10, 1889
Wife Belle Wyatt Willard  (1892-1968) (76 years)
Marriage June 11, 1914 - June 4, 1943  (28 years, died)
Children Kermit, Joseph, Belle, Dirck
Died June 4, 1943  (53 years)


4. Ethel Carow Roosevelt
Born August 13, 1891
Husband Richard Derby  (1881-1963) (82 years)
Marriage April 4, 1913 - July 21, 1963  (50 years, widowed)
Children Richard, Edith, Sarah, Judith
Died December 10, 1977  (86 years)


5. Archibald Bulloch Roosevelt
Born April 10, 1894
Wife Grace Stackpole Lockwood  (1893-1971) (78 years)
Marriage April 14, 1917 - July 15, 1971  (54 years, widowed)
Children Archibald, Theodora, Nancy, Edith
Died October 13, 1979  (85 years)


6. Quentin Roosevelt
Born November 19, 1897
Died July 14, 1918  (20 years)


OccupationEdit

United States Assistant Secretary of the Navy  (1897-98)

President of the New York City Board of Police Commissioners  (1895-97)

New York State Assembly Minority Leader  (1883)

Member of the New York State Assembly  (1882-84)

Author

Conservationist

Explorer

Historian

Naturalist

Rancher


Military ServiceEdit

Colonel in the United States Army  (1882-86, 1898)


Presidential Election of 1904Edit

1. Theodore Roosevelt
Birth/Death 1858 - 1919  (61 years)
State New York
Occupation Incumbent President of the United States  (1901-09) 
Political Party Republican
Vice President

Charles W. Fairbanks  (1852-1918) (IN)

U.S. Senator from Indiana  (1897-1905)

Popular Vote 7, 630, 457  (56.42%)
Electoral Vote 336  (33 states)


2. Alton B. Parker
Birth/Death 1852 - 1926  (74 years)
State New York
Occupation  Former Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals  (1898-1904)
Political Party Democratic
Vice President

Henry Gassaway Davis  (1823-1916) (WV)

Former U.S. Senator from West Virginia  (1871-83)

Popular Vote 5, 083, 880  (37.59%)
Electoral Vote 140  (13 states)


3. Eugene V. Debs
Birth/Death 1855 - 1926  (71 years)
State Indiana
Occupation Former Member of the Indiana State General Assembly  (1885-87)
Political Party Socialist
Vice President

Ben Hanford  (1861-1910) (NY)

Printer, Labor Organizer, and Pamphleteer

Popular Vote 402, 810  (2.98%)
Electoral Vote 0


4. Silas C. Swallow
Birth/Death 1839 - 1930  (91 years)
State Pennsylvania
Occupation Methodist Minister
Political Party Prohibition
Vice President

George Washington Carroll  (1855-1935) (TX)

Oilman and Lumber Executive

Popular Vote 259, 102  (1.92%)
Electoral Vote 0


5. Thomas E. Watson
Birth/Death 1856 - 1922  (66 years)
State Georgia
Occupation Former Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Georgia  (1891-93)
Political Party Populist
Vice President

Thomas Tibbles  (1840-1928) (NE)

Journalist and Newspaper Editor

Popular Vote 114, 070  (0.84%)
Electoral Vote 0


6. Charles Hunter Corregan
Birth/Death 1860 - 1946  (86 years)
State New York
Occupation Printer
Political Party Socialist Labor
Vice President

William Wesley Cox  (1865-1948) (MO)

Interior Decorator

Popular Vote 33, 454  (0.25%)
Electoral Vote 0


Vice PresidentEdit

Charles W. Fairbanks  (1852-1918) IN 1905-09


CabinetEdit

Secretary of State
John Hay  (1838-1905) DC 1901-05
Francis B. Loomis  (1861-1948) OH 1905
Elihu Root  (1845-1937) NY 1905-09
Robert Bacon  (1860-1919) NY 1909


Secretary of the Treasury
Lyman J. Gage  (1836-1927) IL 1901-02
L.M. Shaw  (1848-1932) IA 1902-07
George B. Cortelyou  (1862-1940) NY 1907-09


Secretary of War
Elihu Root  (1845-1937) NY 1901-04
William Howard Taft  (1857-1930) OH 1904-08
Luke Edward Wright  (1846-1922) TN 1908-09


Attorney General
Philander C. Knox  (1853-1921) PA 1901-04
William Henry Moody  (1853-1917) MA 1904-06
Charles Joseph Bonaparte  (1851-1921) MD 1906-09


Secretary of the Navy
John D. Long  (1838-1915) MA 1901-02
William Henry Moody  (1853-1917) MA 1902-04
Paul Morton  (1857-1911) IL 1904-05
Charles Joseph Bonaparte  (1851-1921) MD 1905-06
Victor H. Metcalf  (1853-1936) CA 1906-08
Truman Handy Newberry  (1864-1945) MI 1908-09


Postmaster General
Charles Emory Smith  (1842-1908) PA 1901-02
Henry Clay Payne  (1843-1904) WI 1902-04
Robert Wynne  (1851-1922) PA 1904-05
George B. Cortelyou  (1862-1940) NY 1905-07
George von Lengerke Meyer  (1858-1918) MA 1907-09


Secretary of the Interior
Ethan A. Hitchcock  (1835-1909) MO 1901-07
James Rudolph Garfield  (1865-1950) OH 1907-09


Secretary of Agriculture
James Wilson  (1835-1920) IA 1901-09


Secretary of Commerce and Labor
George B. Cortelyou  (1862-1940) NY 1903-04
Victor H. Metcalf  (1853-1936) CA 1904-06
Oscar Straus  (1850-1926) NY 1906-09


United States Supreme CourtEdit

Chief Justice
Melville Fuller  (1833-1910) ME 1888-1910  (22 years)


Associate Justices
John Marshall Harlan  (1833-1911) KY 1877-1911  (34 years)
Horace Gray  (1828-1902) MA 1881-1902  (21 years)
David Josiah Brewer  (1837-1910) KS 1889-1910  (21 years)
Henry Billings Brown  (1836-1913) MI 1890-1906  (16 years)
George Shiras Jr.  (1832-1924) PA 1892-1903  (11 years)
Edward Douglass White  (1845-1921) LA 1894-1910  (16 years)
Rufus Wheeler Peckham  (1838-1909) NY 1895-1909  (14 years)
Joseph McKenna  (1843-1926) CA 1897-1925  (28 years)
Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr.  (1841-1935) MA 1902-32  (30 years)
William R. Day  (1849-1923) OH 1903-22  (19 years)
William Henry Moody  (1853-1917) MA 1906-10  (4 years)