Theodore Roosevelt: Icon of the American Century
Theodore Roosevelt came into office unexpectedly in 1901, without the benefit of a national election. Yet, he was arguably one of the most important presidents in American history, and was certainly one of the most fascinating. The antics of this charismatic man and his family enthralled the nation, and led to a personal popularity that is hard to imagine for politicians today. This brief biography of Theodore Roosevelt explores the early experiences that shaped the man, and the impact of his presidency on the course of American and world history.
To Schedule:Call 716-884-0095 Scheduling may depend on the availability of a presenter. Only available in the Buffalo-Niagara region.
Fee: $100 per session. If outreach location is over 15 miles from the Site, an additional $1.00 per mile travel fee will be charged. Fee is due at the time of the program.
Program runs approximately 45 minutes, plus question-and-answer period. Speaker will provide projection equipment. Reserving group is responsible for providing a screen, a table suitable for the projector, an available power outlet, and a room that can be darkened sufficiently for projected images to be seen. A podium for the speaker is appreciated but not required.
Grade Levels: Eleventh grade-Adult
Subject: Government, History, Political Science, U.S. Presidents
Keywords: Government, History, Political Science, U.S. Presidents