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Browse our articles in alphabetical order to learn more about the life of Theodore Roosevelt as well as people, places and events which took place during his lifetime and beyond. These articles have been written or reviewed by historians to ensure their accuracy.

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Roosevelt, Eleanor

Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962) was Theodore Roosevelt’s niece. Her father was Theodore Roosevelt’s younger brother Elliott Bulloch Roosevelt.

Roosevelt, Elliott Bulloch

Elliott Bulloch Roosevelt, nicknamed “Ellie” or “Nell,” was the third child of Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., and Martha (Mittie) Bulloch Roosevelt.  He was also the father of First Lady Anna Eleanor Roosevelt and the younger brother of President Theodore Roosevelt.

Roosevelt, Kermit

Kermit Roosevelt was the precocious second son of Theodore and Edith Kermit Carow Roosevelt.

Roosevelt, Martha Bulloch

Martha “Mittie” Bulloch, the mother of President Theodore Roosevelt and grandmother of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, was the daughter of James Stephens Bulloch and Martha Stewart Elliott Bulloch.

Roosevelt, Robert Barnwell

Robert Barnwell (Barnhill) Roosevelt was the fourth son of Cornelius Van Schaack Roosevelt and Margaret Barnhill Roosevelt as well as the uncle of President Theodore Roosevelt. He was a prominent New York lawyer, public servant, diplomat, writer, and conservationist.

Roosevelt, Theodore, Jr.

Theodore (Ted) Roosevelt, Jr., was the eldest son of Theodore and Edith Kermit Roosevelt.

Roosevelt, Theodore, Sr.

Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., was the fifth son of Cornelius Van Schaack Roosevelt, a prosperous New York merchant, and Margaret Barnhill Roosevelt.

Roosevelt's Libraries

Theodore Roosevelt's love of reading was well known. Two "libraries" in particular can be seen as representing Roosevelt as a reader.

Root-Takahira Agreement

President Theodore Roosevelt worked to improve diplomatic relations between the United States and the Empire of Japan. Two important steps in this direction were made by his helping to end the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905) and his arranging to have the Great White Fleet visit Tokyo (October 1908). The Root-Takahira Agreement (November 1908) was a third.

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