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Theodore Roosevelt uttered a phrase more similar to Churchill's in an address to the Naval War College on June 2, 1897, following his appointment as Assistant Secretary of the Navy: " Every man among us is more fit to meet the duties and responsibilities of citizenship because of the perils over which, in the past, the nation has triumphed ; because of the blood and sweat and tears, the labor and the anguish, through which, in the days that have gone, our forefathers moved on to triumph.
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Theodore and Roosevelt
The result was that by secret agreement draft machinery was actually ready long before the country knew that the device was to take the place of the volunteering method which Theodore Roosevelt favored.
Of course, while in this vicinity you won't want to miss a visit to Mount Rushmore National Memorial where on the side of a mountain are the famous sculptures of Presidents Washington, Lincoln, Jefferson and Theodore Roosevelt.
Chauncey Depew, one-time runner-up for the Republican Presidential nomination, was attending a convention at Saratoga, where he was scheduled to nominate Colonel Theodore Roosevelt for Governor of New York when he noticed that the temporary chairman was a man he had never met.
And their roles are paralleled by those of Patrick Henry, Nathan Hale, Andrew Jackson, Davy Crockett, Theodore Roosevelt and many, many more.
Active warfare is raging between the forces pressing for a monument to the first Roosevelt on Theodore Roosevelt Island in the Potomac, and TR.'s own living children, who wish to preserve the island as a wildlife sanctuary.
* 1902 – Theodore Roosevelt becomes the first President of the United States to ride in an automobile.
* 1861 – Edith Roosevelt, American wife of Theodore Roosevelt, 27th First Lady of the United States ( d. 1948 )
Beginning in 1906, Pennsylvania conservationist Major Israel McCreight of Du Bois, Pennsylvania argued that President Theodore Roosevelt ’ s conservation speeches were limited to businessmen in the lumber industry and recommended a campaign of youth education and a national policy on conservation education.
On April 15, 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt issued an Arbor Day Proclamation to the School Children of the United States about the importance of trees and that forestry deserves to be taught in our schools.
On August 20, 1902, President Theodore Roosevelt established the Alexander Archipelago Forest Reserve, which formed the heart of the Tongass National Forest that covers most of the region.
Image: President Theodore Roosevelt, 1904. jpg | Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States and Nobel Laureate, Columbia Law School
In 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt threatened to ban the sport following a series of player deaths from injuries suffered during games. The deaths and injuries were a result of the mass formations and gang tackling that characterized the sport in its early years.
As a supporter of progressive policies, Hughes was able to play on the popularity of Theodore Roosevelt and weaken the power of the state's conservative Republican officials.
* 1904 – Theodore Roosevelt announced his " Corollary " to the Monroe Doctrine, stating that the United States would intervene in the Western Hemisphere should Latin American governments prove incapable or unstable.
Theodore and uttered
In Theodore Dreiser's novel An American Tragedy he references the spectre adjectivally, saying: " And at one point it was that a wier-wier, one of the solitary water-birds of this region, uttered its ouphe and barghest cry, flying from somewhere near into some darker recess within the woods.
One of the most significant dates in the fair's history was September 2, 1901 when then-Vice President Theodore Roosevelt was visiting and first uttered the famous phrase, " Speak softly and carry a big stick.
Theodore and phrase
* 1901 – Vice President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt utters the famous phrase, " Speak softly and carry a big stick " at the Minnesota State Fair.
Theodore Roosevelt introduced the phrase " Square Deal " to describe his progressive views in a speech delivered after leaving the office of the Presidency in August 1910.
* September 2 – Vice President of the United States Theodore Roosevelt utters the famous phrase, " Speak softly and carry a big stick " at the Minnesota State Fair.
Theodore and more
Rummel presents his definition without referencing any previous uses, but the term democide was defined and used in English more than 40 years earlier by Theodore Abel.
Edmund Morris, in his biography The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, describes a young Roosevelt, newly elected to the State Assembly, walking into the House Chamber for the first time in this trendy, affected gait, somewhat to the amusement of the older and more rural Members who were present.
By contrast, hypnotists who believed that responses to suggestion are primarily mediated by the conscious mind, such as Theodore Barber and Nicholas Spanos tended to make more use of direct verbal suggestions and instructions.
According to contemporary biographers Theodore Beza and Nicolas Colladon, Gérard believed his son would earn more money as a lawyer than as a priest.
" Uncle Joe ", as he was known, often clashed with fellow Republican Theodore Roosevelt, who Cannon remarked had " no more use for the Constitution than a tomcat has for a marriage license ".
When Labor reinstated the more radical Ted Theodore as Treasurer in 1931, Lyons and Fenton resigned from Cabinet.
The priest Joseph was once more defrocked, and Theodore was, at least superficially, reconciled with the Patriarch Nikephoros.
As a result the emperor ordered at least once more that Theodore be flogged, and the command was this time carried out, with the result that Theodore became quite ill. After his recovery Theodore was moved to Smyrna.
Compared with Theodore of Stoudios, Nikephoros appears as a friend of conciliation, learned in patristics, more inclined to take the defensive than the offensive, and possessed of a comparatively chaste, simple style.
Development of more tests and investigations began soon after the book, with the help of a young medical student named Theodore Simon.
America's silent majority is bewildered by irrational protest ..." Soon thereafter, journalist Theodore H. White analyzed the previous year's elections, writing " Never have America's leading cultural media, its university thinkers, its influence makers been more intrigued by experiment and change ; but in no election have the mute masses more completely separated themselves from such leadership and thinking.
Theodore Kaczynski, more commonly known as ' The Unabomber ', wrote a play Ship of Fools while in prison, which uses the allegory for the state and advocates violent revolution on environmentalist grounds.
Georges Guibourg ( June 3, 1891-January 8, 1970 ) was a French singer, author, writer, playwright, and actor, George Guibourg, alias Georgius, alias Theodore Crapulet, was one of the most popular and versatile performers in Paris for more than 50 years.
The Player on the Other Side, ghost-written by Theodore Sturgeon, delves more deeply into motive than most Ellery Queen novels.
Influential politicians such as Henry Cabot Lodge, William McKinley, and Theodore Roosevelt advocated a more aggressive foreign policy to pull the United States out of the depression.
Atlantic City, New Jersey Mayor Joseph Lazarow was recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records for a July 1977 publicity stunt, in which the mayor shook more than 11, 000 hands in a single day, breaking the record previously held by President Theodore Roosevelt, who had set the record with 8, 510 handshakes at a White House reception on 1 January 1907.
Of that time period, former Solicitor General Theodore B. Olson, said, " I'm willing to bet that even as a part-time lawyer, Rex probably had more arguments than any other attorney in private practice in that period.
During the Panic of 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt attempted to increase liquidity in the markets by authorizing the Treasury to issue more Greenbacks, but the Aldrich-Vreeland Act provided for the needed flexibility in the National Bank Note supply instead.
While the ground war did not fare as poorly for the Russians, the Japanese forces were significantly more aggressive than their Russian counterparts and gained a political advantage that culminated with the Treaty of Portsmouth, negotiated in the United States by the American president Theodore Roosevelt.