For more information on Theodore Roosevelt's life, try the non-profit Theodore Roosevelt Association's website.
Also check out these other Theodore Roosevelt related National Parks:
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site (Theodore Roosevelt's home)
During your visit to the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site, you may hear from several other people who lived during his Presidency.
These people had strong views about what the nation needed at the beginning of the 20th century. Would they be please by Theodore Roosevelt's Presidency, or disappointed?
People you will encounter during your visit include:
Labor leader John Mitchell, President of the United Mine Workers of America.
Social reformer Jane Addams, founder of Hull House.
Educator and civil rights leader Booker T. Washington.
Conservationist John Muir.
Secretary of War (1899-1904)/Secretary of State (1905-1901) Elihu Root.
Did You Know?
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...