Book Report on Theodore Roosevelt

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Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt was a man on a mission. Maybe he didn¹t know it, but he was. He
affected millions of people throughout his life in many different ways. He was the leader
of a famous military group, he was an author, a lawyer, and he was also the 26th president
of the united states, all of these things ended up bringing him fame.

He was born in new York city on October 27 1858 into a rich Dutch family. He was always a
cowboy at heart. Even though he was born in a big city his cowboy side and his passion for
adventure would come up later in his life. His father taught him to go for his goals, to
follow a strict Christian moral code, and to enjoy the life of the mind. His father taught
him that the mind was the strongest tool he had. He probably preached this because his son
had serious asthma, and a grail un- athletic body. Ted listened to his father and that led
to many accomplishments in his life.

He did all the normal things that a young man from a wealthy family was supposed to do. He
worked hard on his academics, he got good grades, went to Harvard, and graduated with a
great education in 1880. In that same year he married Alice h lee, a girl he met at
Harvard. He still wasn¹t sure of what career he wanted. He ended up serving three one
year terms in the new York assembly from 1882-1884. While serving there he became known as
an independent republican. Then, in 1884 his mother and his wife died on the same day.

He was completely broken-hearted, and he had no idea where he wanted to go from there.
after a couple of months of mourning, he decided that he would head

west, and he would finally fulfill his childhood dream of being a cowboy. He decided that
he would move to the Dakotas where he became a rancher with all of the rough experienced
cowboys of the west. Even though he was this scrawny awkward outcast

that wore glasses; something most of the people in the Dakotas never even saw; he was
still able to get the respect of the rough and tough cowboys. He did it by tracking three
rustlers, and bringing them back for a trial by himself. Even though he loved being a wild
cowboy out on a ranch he realized he had a real life back in New York. He would have loved
to live in the west for the rest of his life , but after only two years in the Dakotas he
went back to New York.

A couple of months after he returned to New York where he met Edith Kermit Carow and
married her shortly after. After that he returned to writing books, something he started
earlier in the 1880¹s. Two of the books were biographies, one on Thomas Hart Barton in
1886, and then another one on gouverneur Morris two years later in 1888. He also wrote the
first two volumes of a four volume book called ³ the winning of the west,² in 1889. He
finished the other two volumes in 1896. He received little fame, and a lot of recognition
from these three books.

In the next ten years of his life he made a lot of progress in his political career. In
1889 president Benjamin Harrison gave him the title of ³ Civil Service Commissioner.² In
1895 he resigned that job. He then became the president of new York City¹s ³ Board of
Police Commissioners.² After two years of that he went back to Washington, this time as
an assistant secretary of the navy. This political experience

would help him later in life.
While all of these political jobs we¹re going on for Theodore Roosevelt there were some
serious problems going on down in Cuba. At that time Cuba was owned by Spain, and at the
end of the 1890¹s people in the united states started reading horrible stories in the
newspapers about how the Spaniards were treating the people down in Cuba. The united
states decided to stay neutral until February 15, 1898 when the ³USS Maine,² a
battleship that was docked in Havana exploded, killing over 250 soldiers and marines.
about two months later the united states declared war on Spain, starting the
Spanish-american . After the war started Theodore Roosevelt was chosen to lead a volunteer
cavalry group called ³ The Rough Riders,² and he was happy to do it for a couple of
reasons. First, he was getting a chance to represent and fight for his country in war.
Another reason was that he got to be a cowboy again. The men that he was leading weren¹t
all a bunch of city boys forced to go to war, they were ruthless cowboys and farmers from
the west, and some rich college boys from the east who were willing to do whatever it took
to win. The cavalry was made up of some rich college boys but for the most part it was
made up of rough cowboys from the west, native Americans from Oklahoma and other
southwestern states, and Mexican Americans from new Mexico. These men were the perfect
match for Theodore Roosevelt, because these were the people he envied, they lived the
lives he would have like to live. When the rough riders went to Cuba to fight they left
their horses back in Florida. when they got to Cuba they fought the battle of ³ San Juan
hill.² It

was a big battle in the war, the rough riders fought ruthlessly and trampled the Spaniards
very quickly. This was the battle that made the rough riders famous. When Theodore
Roosevelt returned to the united states in July of the same year he left, he was
recognized as a national hero.

When he returned to New York , with his fame and recognition from the war he was
immediately elected Republican governor of New York. He was in-between subservience to the
political machine, and independent reformism. He liked the concept of active state
government. Ted¹s boss¹s were angered because of his reformist beliefs , and his other
political beliefs. They couldn't just give him the boot because of his popularity. So they
did the next closest thing, they nominated him as vice-president of the United States to
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