Theodore Roosevelt's Childhood

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Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president of the United States. He was William Mckinley 's vice president so when McKinley was assassinated Theodore became the youngest president of the United States. Theodore had a great appreciation of life he wanted everyone to be equal.
Theodore’s childhood was about as normal as every other child except he had poor eyesight and asthma. He gained an early interest in the military as well. He was born in Manhattan, New York City, New York on the day of October 27, 1858. His mother was Martha Bulloch Roosevelt and she was an American socialite. His father was Theodore Roosevelt Sr and he was an American businessman. Theodore also had private tutors that helped him through school.
Theodore Roosevelt was the
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