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Theodore Roosevelt Center

The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University created this digital library to provide online access to Roosevelt-related photographs, ephemera, and documents. For those that wish to know more about our 26th president, the Learn About TR section of the website provides an extensive Biographical Overview with many themed collections that highlight important moments in Teddy's life and...
Theodore Roosevelt Center: Digital Library

Although it was Woodrow Wilson who signed into law the 1916 act that created the National Park Service, Theodore Roosevelt is the U.S. president that most associate with the creation of the national parks. During his presidential tenure, Roosevelt passed the 1906 Antiquities Act and oversaw the creation of Crater Lake, Wind Cave, and Mesa Verde National Parks, in addition to Sullys Hill National...
Theodore Roosevelt Papers

The charismatic Theodore Roosevelt, who served as the 26th president of the United States from 1901-1909, was an influential public servant and reformer, a naturalist, and a prolific writer. The Library of Congress has long held the largest archival collection of Roosevelt's personal papers, and now this massive trove of approximately 276,000 documents (about 461,000 images) has been digitized....