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Theodore Roosevelt


When he was a boy Theodore Roosevelt was small and weak.
To overcome his weakness as a child he  America's natural resources.
Roosevelt as a sportsman liked  lifted weights and practiced gymnastics.
Because he was ill much of the time to become a rancher.
He went to North Dakota he spent a lot of time reading.
When he was shot in the chest "Speak softly and carry a big stick".
His motto was he led his soldiers up San Juan Hill.
In the Spanish-American war  riding horseback, hiking and wrestling.
He was interested in preserving  26th president of the United States.
To save the wilderness he agreed he finished his speech before getting help.
During cattle drives he worked alongside the cowboys.
Theodore Roosevelt was the to protect 150 million acres of land.

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