Theodore, also known as Teddy Roosevelt was born in New York, New York on October 27, 1858 and sadly died in Oyster Bay, New York on January 6, 1919. Theodore was the twenty sixth president of the United States of America. Oddly enough Teddy was the youngest man to achieve the honors of being president when he was 43 years young after the assassination of prior president McKinley.
Teddy pushed toward the progressive reforms and a strong foreign policy. Teddy was a very out going man, mostly because he drank many cups of coffee each day but other then that he just loved to learn and to take in new information. Teddy was a very educated man after graduating from Harvard. Teddy grew up in a wealthy family but was always held down with asthma and this would not let him do strenuous activities but later in his life he would become a very athletic man and prove to himself he could do whatever he put his mind to. Many do not know that Theodore has done a lot more then they have thought, before the age of 42 Theodore Roosevelt fulfilled the accomplishments of Deputy Sheriff of Dakota Territory, Police Commissioner of New York City, U.S. Civil Service Commissioner, Colonel of the Rough Riders, Assistant Secretary of the U.S Navy, New York State Assemblymen, Governor of New York State, Vice President, and of course President. More of his accomplishments include: Founder of the Boone and Crocket Club, and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), president of the American Historical Association, and one of the original member of the American Institute of Arts and Letters. As you can see, Theodore was a very busy man always thriving for more.
Theodore loved reading and writing so much, he would read two or three books each and every day. Throughout his life, Teddy wrote about three dozen volumes on the topics of naval history, African big game and more. “I always believe in going hard at everything,” he p