• A 1901 sketch of Theodore Roosevelt taking the oath of office in Buffalo, NY.

    Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural

    National Historic Site New York

Steamtown National Historic Site

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Nat gets up close to a real train - wow!!!
 
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Nat gets the proper gear.
 
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Nat's been workin' on the railroad!
 
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Now this is a bear-sized train!
 
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Nat poses with a conductor...
 
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...and a rail tycoon. Talk about rubbing elbows with important people!
 
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Nat protects the in-box so no one can drop any more work on his new friend.
 
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Nat's self-portrait!
 
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A one-way ticket to Harper's Ferry, please.
 
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One last picture before being packed away.
 

Did You Know?

Woman c. 1900

While Theodore Roosevelt did not make significant progress towards the cause of women's suffrage during his presidency, he did speak in favor of it during his 1912 presidential campaign as the "Bull Moose" (Progressive) Party candidate. More...