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"If the proper study of mankind is man, then the proper study of a Nation is its own history, and all true patriots should endeavor to encourage in every way the associations which record the great deeds, and the successes and failures alike, of the forefathers of their people."
- Theodore Roosevelt, 24 January 1893
The Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site is operated by the local non-profit Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site Foundation, in a cooperative agreement with the National Park Service. The Foundation depends greatly upon generous public support. To become a member of the Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site Foundation, click here.
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Did You Know?
Theodore Roosevelt was the first American president to have a telephone installed in his home. It allowed him to keep in contact with Washington when he was at Sagamore Hill. More...