Rounding out the cast are Alicia Ohs as Grace Farrell, Randolf Rogers as Bert Healy and Fredrick Stephan as President Theodore Roosevelt
Coined "the Switzerland of America" by President Theodore Roosevelt
, Colorado accounts for twenty percent of all U.
IPA Board Member Tweed Roosevelt, who is the great-grandson of President Theodore Roosevelt
, will present the award.
Voting largely along party lines, the House passed an amendment to the Antiquities Act, a law dating to 1906 and used by President Theodore Roosevelt
to set aside land at Yellowstone and the Grand Canyon as unique sites to be preserved.
Theodore Roosevelt, IV, the great grandson of the Rough Rider himself, President Theodore Roosevelt
, will shine the spotlight on the pro-environment policies of the Republican Party and discuss the importance of conserving natural resources when he speaks at the 2000 Republican National Convention in Philadelphia.
Unfortunately, however, the secrecy led to rumors that the buyers were federal agents representing President Theodore Roosevelt
, who had proposed a conservation project for the region.
Colorado was coined "the Switzerland of America" and "playground for the whole republic" by President Theodore Roosevelt
Nearly a century after winning its freedom from Colombia, assisted by canal-hungry President Theodore Roosevelt
, Panama hopes to make good on a prediction by Latin American independence leader Simon Bolivar that the isthmus would become ``the emporium of the universe.
As national president of the 75,000-member organization, founded in 1902 with the support of President Theodore Roosevelt
, Kelley will act as the chief executive officer of the Navy League and preside over the annual meeting, board of directors meetings and Steering and Executive committees.
Before being appointed by President Theodore Roosevelt
to head the agency implementing the newly signed Pure Food and Drug Act (1906), Dr.
Despite the adversity, Buffalo Soldiers blazed trails to the West, battled American Indian and Mexican soldiers in war and escorted President Theodore Roosevelt
to Yosemite National Park.
The teddy bear's popularity began in November of 1902 when President Theodore Roosevelt
, who was known around the world as Teddy and was a conservationist at heart, refused to shoot a young bear cub while on a hunting expedition.