Theodore Roosevelt - 26th United States President - Timeline

Title

Theodore Roosevelt - 26th United States President - Timeline

Description

"There can be no greater issue than that of conservation in this country. Just as we must conserve our men, women and children, so we must conserve the resources of the land on which they live." – Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt, 33rd Governor of New York, became the youngest U.S. President in the country's history at the age of 43. He served in office as the 26th U.S. President between 1909-1919. The interactive timeline linked below documents his lifetime as a conservationist, as well as a U.S. President.

Creator

Samuel Johnson Woolfe

Date

1919

Source

Theodore Roosevelt, 26th U.S. President

Source: U.S. Library of Congress

See: Theodore Roosevelt Timeline
Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Statue

Bronze Sculpture

Source: Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette

Rights

U.S. Library of Congress & American Museum of Natural History

Publisher

U.S. Library of Congress & American Museum of Natural History

Contributor

Samuel Johnson Woolfe

Format

Medium: Photomechanical Print

Language

English

Type

Figures

Identifier

Timeline

Coverage

Historic

Files

Theodore_Roosevelt_LCCN2009631439.jpg
teddyrooseveltstatue.jpg

Reference

Samuel Johnson Woolfe, Theodore Roosevelt - 26th United States President - Timeline, U.S. Library of Congress & American Museum of Natural History, 1919

Cite As

Samuel Johnson Woolfe, “Theodore Roosevelt - 26th United States President - Timeline,” Virtual Museum of Public Service, accessed July 29, 2021, https://vmps.omeka.net/items/show/109.