When President McKinley was shot at the Pan American Exhibition in Buffalo, NY in 1901, Theodore Roosevelt became the youngest person ever to become President. He was only 42. As President, he continued to be a very visible and traveled leader shown here on a New England tour in 1902.
Miss Marie Grice Young, 36, from New York, NY, boarded the Titanic at Cherbourg. Travelling as a first class passenger. Marie was returning to Washington D.C. where she had once lived. She was an accomplished musician and was once employed as music instructor to Miss Ethel Roosevelt, daughter of Theodore Roosevelt. Miss Young was rescued in lifeboat 8.
The Camping Trip that Changed America This book describes the trip that president Teddy Roosevelt took with John Muir, an outing that arguably inspired the president to push laws ... #children #curriculum narrative nonfiction