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  1. The Winning of the West, Volume 4 Louisiana and the Northwest, 1791-1807 by Theodore Roosevelt, 2009-10-04
  2. The Winning of the West, Volume 1 From the Alleghanies to the Mississippi, 1769-1776 by Theodore Roosevelt, 2009-10-04
  3. The Winning of the West, Volume 2 From the Alleghanies to the Mississippi, 1777-1783 by Theodore Roosevelt, 2009-10-04
  4. The Winning of the West, Volume 3 The Founding of the Trans-Alleghany Commonwealths, 1784-1790 by Theodore Roosevelt, 2009-10-04
  5. Theodore Roosevelt and His Times by Harold Howland, 2010-07-06
  6. The Naval War of 1812 Or the History of the United States Navy during the Last War with Great Britain to Which Is Appended an Account of the Battle of New Orleans by Theodore Roosevelt, 2009-10-04
  7. The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt by Edmund Morris, 2010-11-23
  8. The Autobiography of Theodore Roosevelt by Theodore Roosevelt, 2009-06-04
  9. Letters to His Children by Theodore Roosevelt, 2010-03-07
  10. Through the Brazilian wilderness by Theodore Roosevelt, 2010-09-12
  11. Theodore Roosevelt's History of the United States: His Own Words, Selected and Arranged by Daniel Ruddy by Daniel Ruddy, 2010-05-01
  12. Theodore Rex (Modern Library Paperbacks) by Edmund Morris, 2002-10-01
  13. Colonel Roosevelt by Edmund Morris, 2010-11-23
  14. Theodore Roosevelt: A Life by Nathan Miller, 1992

1. Theodore Roosevelt - Biography
The presentation speech and other information about this prize, awarded to roosevelt for brokering Category Society History Presidents roosevelt, theodore...... Wagenknecht, Edward C., The Seven Worlds of theodore roosevelt. New York,Longmans, Green, 1958. From nobel Lectures, Peace 19011925.
Theodore Roosevelt
In 1884, because of ill health and the death of his wife, Roosevelt abandoned his political work for some time. He invested part of the fortune he had inherited from his father in a cattle ranch in Wyoming, expecting to remain in the West for many years. He became a passionate hunter, especially of big game, and an ardent believer in the wild outdoor life which brought him health and strength. In 1886 Roosevelt returned to New York, married again, and once more plunged into politics.
President Harrison
, after his election in 1889, appointed Roosevelt as a member of the Civil Service Commission of which he later became president. This office he retained until 1895 when he undertook the direction of the Police Department of New York City. In 1897 he joined President McKinley
Elected governor of the state of New York in 1898, he invested his two-year administration with the vigorous and businesslike characteristics which were his hallmark. He would have sought reelection in 1900, since much of his work was only half done, had the Republicans not chosen him as their candidate for the second office of the Union. He held the vice-presidency for less than a year, succeeding to the presidency after the assassination of President McKinley on November 14, 1901. In 1904 Roosevelt was elected to a full term as president.

2. Peace 1906
The nobel Peace Prize 1906. theodore roosevelt. USA. theodore rooseveltBiography nobel Lecture Acceptance Speech Other Resources. 1905, 1907.
The Nobel Peace Prize 1906
Theodore Roosevelt USA President of United States of America; Collaborator of various peace treaties b.1858
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3. Theodore Roosevelt Winner Of The 1906 Nobel Prize In Peace
theodore roosevelt, a nobel Peace Laureate, at the nobel Prize InternetArchive. theodore roosevelt. 1906 nobel Peace Prize Laureate
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4. Index Of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates
ALPHABETICAL LISTING OF nobel PEACE PRIZE LAUREATES. Name, Year Awarded. Addams,Jane, 1931. Robles, Alfonso Garcia, 1982. roosevelt, theodore, 1906. Root, Elihu,1912.
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5. Nobel Prize And Treaty Of Portsmouth By Theodore Roosevelt Association
The Treaty of Portsmouth resolved the RussoJapanese War and earnedTheodore roosevelt recognition by the nobel Prize Committee.
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The negotiations to end the Russo-Japanese war began at Sagamore Hill when President Theodore Roosevelt invited diplomats on both sides, Russia and Japan, to his home in Oyster Bay. After meeting with all of them, he sent the diplomats out on board the presidential yacht Mayflower . He gave instructions to the captain of the yacht not to put into land until an agreement had been reached. (TR never personally owned a yacht although he did have a rowboat or two). TR intervened at several points as described in this delightful essay by Brian B. Wagner of U.S. Grant High School in Portland, Oregon. The treaty was signed in Portsmouth, New Hampshire - the closest port available after both sides hammered out an agreement. Thus the accord is called the "Treaty of Portsmouth"

6. Nobel Prize And Treaty Of Portsmouth By Theodore Roosevelt Association
theodore roosevelt Association presents summary of TR's nobel Prizefor the Treaty of Portsmouth. TR intervened in the negotiations
TR intervened in the negotiations to end the Russo-Japanese War at several points as described in this delightful essay by Brian B. Wagner of U.S. Grant High School in Portland, Oregon. Wagner was the winner of the first TR essay contest sponsored by the newly formed Oregon Chapter of the Theodore Roosevelt Association , an outgrowth of the Rough Rider Restoration 2000 Committee*. Speak Softly and Carry a Diplomatic Stick by Brian B. Wagner
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Portland, OR Theodore Roosevelt is remembered by many as the man who coined the oft-misinterpreted phrase "speak softly and carry a big stick." Numerous critics have convinced themselves that Roosevelt was a testosterone-pumped chest-thumper who lacked any semblance of diplomatic skills and exemplified many less than admirable traits. But one must only look to Roosevelt's exquisite handling of the Russo-Japanese War to see that he was, despite being one of the world's greatest fighters, also one of the world's premier diplomats. When Russia stepped into China in the late 1890's and established a strong presence in Manchuria, Japan was understandably infuriated. They had just defeated China 1895 and felt as if their prize was being snatched from them. They insisted that Russia leave Manchuria. They even went as far as to sign a treaty with England, a treaty which declared the two countries' support for the integrity of China and for Japan's interest in Korea.

7. Roosevelt, Theodore
roosevelt, theodore,. Video byname TEDDY roosevelt (b. Oct. He won the nobel Prizefor Peace in 1906 for mediating the end of the RussoJapanese War, and he
Roosevelt, Theodore,
Roosevelt By courtesy of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C. [Video] byname TEDDY ROOSEVELT (b. Oct. 27, 1858, New York, N.Y., U.S.d. Jan. 6, 1919, Oyster Bay, N.Y.), 26th president of the United States (1901-09) and writer, explorer, and soldier, who expanded the powers of the presidency and of the federal government on the side of public interest in conflicts between big business and big labour. He also engaged the nation in affairs of Asia and Europe. He won the Nobel Prize for Peace in 1906 for mediating the end of the Russo-Japanese War, and he promoted the construction of the Panama Canal (1904-14).
The early years.
Roosevelt was born into a moderately wealthy family of Dutch ancestry; his mother, Martha Bulloch of Georgia, was of Scots-Irish and Huguenot descent. He received an excellent education from private tutors and at Harvard College; he was one of the few presidents endowed with an encompassing intellectual curiosity. In 1880 he entered Columbia University Law School. But historical writing and politics soon lured him away from a legal career. During the same year he married Alice Hathaway Lee of Boston and after her death, in 1884, married Edith Kermit Carow, with whom he lived for the rest of his life at "Sagamore Hill," a mansion near Oyster Bay, Long Island, N.Y. colourful exploits, especially in the Battle of Santiago, made him something of a national hero.

8. Nobel Prize Winners For Peace
1905, Suttner, Bertha, Freifrau von, AustriaHungary. 1906, roosevelt,theodore, US. 1907, Moneta, Ernesto Teodoro, Italy. Renault, Louis, France.
Year Article Country* Dunant, Henri Switzerland France Switzerland Gobat, Charles-Albert Switzerland Cremer, Sir Randal U.K. Institute of International Law (founded 1873) Suttner, Bertha, Freifrau von Austria-Hungary Roosevelt, Theodore U.S Moneta, Ernesto Teodoro Italy Renault, Louis France Arnoldson, Klas Pontus Sweden Bajer, Fredrik Denmark Belgium Estournelles de Constant, Paul-H.-B. d' France International Peace Bureau (founded 1891) Asser, Tobias Michael Carel The Netherlands Fried, Alfred Hermann Austria-Hungary Root, Elihu U.S. Lafontaine, Henri-Marie Belgium International Committee of the Red Cross (founded 1863) Wilson, Woodrow U.S. France Branting, Karl Hjalmar Sweden Lange, Christian Lous Norway Nansen, Fridtjof Norway Chamberlain, Sir Austen U.K. Dawes, Charles G. U.S. Briand, Aristide France Stresemann, Gustav Germany France Quidde, Ludwig Germany Kellogg, Frank B. U.S. Sweden Addams, Jane U.S. Butler, Nicholas Murray U.S. Angell, Sir Norman U.K. Henderson, Arthur U.K. Ossietzky, Carl von Germany Saavedra Lamas, Carlos Argentina Cecil (of Chelwood), Robert Gascoyne-Cecil, 1st Viscount

9. Almanac Of Theodore Roosevelt Disposition Of Nobel Prize Award
in the Senate, Secretary Redfield for the Commission returned to me the nobel PeacePrize To Mrs. theodore roosevelt, Jr., now working in the YMCA in France.
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Washington, DC August 22, 1918 My Dear Congressman Gallvan: In accordance with the terms of the Congressional resolution introduced by you, in the House of Representatives, and by Senator Johnson, acting for Senator Williams, in the Senate, Secretary Redfield for the Commission returned to me the Nobel Peace Prize Fund. The securities when sold, plus the cash in hand, amounted to $45,482.83. I have disposed of this sum as follows: To the American Red Cross, through the Treasurer, Mr. John Skelton Williams $6,900.00 The American Red Cross, and possibly some other war charities, or war activities will receive further sums of money from my royalties on certain scenarios of motion pictures to be shortly produced by the McClure Company; all the royalties I receive from the pictures in question during the period of the war will be thus used. To Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., now working in the YMCA in France. $5,000.00 As Mrs. Roosevelt is working in the YMCA I suppose that some or most of the money will be used in connection therewith; but the disposal is absolutely at her discretion.

10. Almanac Of Theodore Roosevelt Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech
theodore roosevelt 26th President of the United States, nobel Peace PrizeAcceptance Speech May 10, 1910. It is with peculiar pleasure
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May 10, 1910 Moreover, and above all, let us remember that words count only when they give expression to deeds, or are to be translated into them. The leaders of the Red Terror prattled of peace while they steeped their hands in the blood of the innocent; and many a tyrant has called it peace when he has scourged honest protest into silence. Our words must be judged by our deeds; and in striving for a lofty ideal we must use practical methods; and if we cannot attain all at one leap, we must advance towards it step by step, reasonably content so long as we do actually make some progress in the right direction. Now, having freely admitted the limitations of our work and the qualifications to be borne in mind, I feel that I have the right to have my words taken seriously when I point out where, in my judgment, great advance can be made in the cause of international peace. I speak as a practical man, and whatever I now advocate I actually tried to do when I was for the time being the head of a great nation and keenly jealous of its honor and interest. I ask other nations to do only what I should be glad to see my own nation do.


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11. Theodore Roosevelt: A Tribute
White House Biography The White House's official internet bio. of TR; nobel FoundationBiography; A Good Biography of TR from the USS theodore roosevelt Site.
New York State Assemblyman.
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Asst. Secretary of the Navy.
Rough Rider.
Governor of New York.
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Man of the Century This site is a tribute to Theodore Roosevelt. T.R. Book Page T.R.'s Genealogy Miscellaneous T.R. Quotes T.R. Speeches ... Site Exit A History Channel Special Presentation: "TR- An American Lion" Description: "President George W. Bush provides the intro to this two-part look at one of America's most beloved presidents, with Richard Dreyfuss as the voice of Theodore Roosevelt. We see a young TR overcome debilitating asthma through a strict regimen of athletic training, witness his Western adventures, rise as New York City Police Commissioner, heroics in the Spanish-American War, and selection as Vice President. With the assassination of President McKinley, 42-year-old TR became the youngest U.S. President. (Part 2:) As president, Teddy Roosevelt tested and extended the limits of the White House like no other before him or since. On the homefront, he battled captains of industry and their corporate trusts, brought labor disputes to an end, and protected the environment. On the world stage, he was determined to make America a dominant power, and his efforts to mediate peace between Russia and Japan would win him the Nobel Peace Prize." TR Dates In History: On March 4, 1903, TR becomes Vice-President

12. Theodore Roosevelt
( Reference Encyclopedias Biographies T...... theodore roosevelt was born in New York City on Oct In foreign affairs, rooseveltpursued a strong policy, permitting end, for which he won the nobel Peace Prize

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Newsletter You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network History and Government U.S. Presidents Biographies of the Presidents Theodore Roosevelt Born: Birthplace: New York City, N.Y. Theodore Roosevelt In foreign affairs, Roosevelt pursued a strong policy, permitting the instigation of a revolt in Panama to dispose of Colombian objections to the Panama Canal and helping to maintain the balance of power in the East by bringing the Russo-Japanese War to an end, for which he won the Nobel Peace Prize, the first American to achieve a Nobel prize in any category. In 1904, he decisively defeated Alton B. Parker, his conservative Democratic opponent. Died: William McKinley Biographies of the Presidents William Howard Taft Search Infoplease Info search tips Search Biographies Bio search tips About Us Contact Us Link to Infoplease ... Privacy

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Newsletter You've got info! Help Site Map Visit related sites from: Family Education Network Encyclopedia Roosevelt, Theodore
Domestic Policy
Roosevelt's inexhaustible vitality and enthusiasm, aided by his ability to dramatize himself and to coin vivid phrases, made him a popular president. His intellectual interests did much to elevate the tone of American politics. On the other hand, he drew considerable criticism for his glorification of military strength and his patriotic fervor. He recognized, from the outset of his first administration, the growing demand for reform that was expressed in the writings of the muckrakers Sherman Antitrust Act , ordered the successful antitrust suit against the Northern Securities Company, and led the attack on a number of other large trusts. Altogether, his administration began some 40 suits against trusts. Roosevelt's threat to intervene in the anthracite coal strike of 1902 induced the operators to accept arbitration.

14. TIME 100 Leaders Revolutionaries - Teddy Roosevelt
Fourpage biography and timeline from TIME Magazine.Category Kids and Teens School Time roosevelt, theodore...... 1, 1907, for example, the guest list was as follows a nobel prizewinner, a physicalculturalist, a naval historian All these men were named theodore roosevelt.

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Teddy Roosevelt With limitless energy and a passionate sense of the nation, he set the stage for the American century BY EDMUND MORRIS hey don't hold White House lunches the way they used to at the beginning of the century. On Jan. 1, 1907, for example, the guest list was as follows: a Nobel prizewinner, a physical culturalist, a naval historian, a biographer, an essayist, a paleontologist, a taxidermist, an ornithologist, a field naturalist, a conservationist, a big-game hunter, an editor, a critic, a ranchman, an orator, a country squire, a civil service reformer, a socialite, a patron of the arts, a colonel of the cavalry, a former Governor of New York, the ranking expert on big-game mammals in North America and the President of the U.S. All these men were named Theodore Roosevelt. In his protean variety, his febrile energy (which could have come from his lifelong habit of popping nitroglycerin pills for a dicey heart), his incessant self-celebration and his absolute refusal to believe there was anything finer than to be born an American, unless to die as one in some glorious battle for the flag, the great "Teddy" was as representative of 20th century dynamism as Abraham Lincoln had been of 19th century union and George Washington of 18th century independence. Page 2 Page 3 Page 4
BORN Oct. 27, 1858, in New York City

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    THE NOBEL PEACE PRIZE, THEODORE ROOSEVELT, AND HENRY KISSINGER By Sheldon Drobny As part of my analysis of history according to Charles Drobny, my father, here is his view of 20th century American leaders. My father's first experience with political leaders was Teddy Roosevelt. As a child, I was taught in my history class all the positive things about TR. His "Rough Riders" military heroism in the Spanish American War and his bold and progressive presidency were the major subjects taught to us in U.S. history class. However, one of his major life achievements was his award of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906 for his part in the peace process ending the Russo-Japanese War. Not many Americans even are aware that there was a war between Czarist Russia and Japan in the early 20th century. It is something that I was not taught in my history class, nor do I suspect it is being taught seriously today in primary and secondary schools. I will attempt to tell you why, and to reveal why TR was no more deserving of winning the Peace Prize than Henry Kissinger, who won the prize for his role in ending the Viet Nam War. My father was very selective about which 20th century American leaders he respected. The only ones he really thought highly of were: Franklin Roosevelt, Senator Albert Gore Sr., Senator Wayne Morse, and Senator William Fulbright. He may have liked some others, but these are the leaders he repeatedly mentioned as being truly courageous. Obviously, by the process of elimination, TR was not one of Dad's favorites. Why? Because he believed that TR was the first American imperial president, a man who advocated an American empire and who set the tone for the kind of foreign policy now causing most of the world to hate us to this day.

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    20. Roosevelt, Theodore. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition.
    Biography of the life of theodore rooseveltCategory Society History Presidents roosevelt, theodore...... NH, to end the RussoJapanese War; and he was awarded the 1906 nobel Peace Prize. 1998);GE Mowry, theodore roosevelt and the Progressive Movement (1946, repr.

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