• FDR Memorial bread line statues

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt

    Memorial District of Columbia

Places

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National Park Service Presidential Sites Related to Franklin Delano Roosevelt

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, National Mall and Memorial Parks, Washington, DC
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Stone, Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site, National Mall and Memorial Parks, DC
  • Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site, Hyde Park, NY
  • Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site, Hyde Park, NY
  • Roosevelt Campobello International Park, Lubec, ME

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National Park Service Sites Related To World War II

All of the above, plus:

  • World War II Memorial, National Mall and Memorial Parks, Washington, DC
  • Edward R. Murrow Park, National Mall and Memorial Parks, DC
  • Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism During World War II, National Mall and Memorial Parks, DC
  • First Division Monument, President's Park, Washington, DC
  • Second Division Memorial, President's Park, DC
  • Tuskegee Airmen National Historic Site, AL
  • Aleutian World War II National Historical Park, Aleutian Islands
  • Golden Gate National Recreation Area, CA
  • Manzanar National Historic Site, CA
  • Port Chicago Naval Magazine National Memorial, CA
  • Rosie the River/World War II Home Front National Historical Park, CA
  • War in the Pacific National Historical Park, Guam
  • USS Arizona Memorial, HI
  • World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, HI, AK, & CA
  • Harry S Truman National Historic Site, MO
  • American Memorial Park, Northern Mariana Islands
  • Eisenhower National Historic Site, PA
  • George Washington Memorial Parkway, VA

Did You Know?

Room 3 of FDR Memorial

FDR and his wife Eleanor were not first cousins as some might think, but fifth cousins, once removed. They both shared the common ancestor, Nicholas Roosevelt, born in 1658. He was FDR’s great-great-great-great-grandfather and Eleanor’s great-great-great-great-great-grandfather.