Teddy Roosevelt Jr. was an American politician, statesman, soldier and writer who served as the 26th US president from 1901-1909.
Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th president of the United States in 1901, and is widely remembered for his numerous accomplishments and illustrious leadership. He was an advocate for environmental conservation and federal safety regulations, and established the National Parks System in the US while in office.
Theodore Roosevelt was an American President and statesman, born on October 27th, 1858 and was 60 years old when he passed away on January 6th, 1919. He is best known for his "Square Deal" domestic programs, as well as leading the United States to victory in the Spanish–American War. He was a driving force in the German colonization of Africa, and was a recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906.
Theodore Roosevelt had an estimated net worth of $125M. He accumulated this wealth through investments and inheritance from his father. Roosevelt was an American politician, explorer, naturalist, author, and statesman, with wealth from business investments, trust funds, and his own writings. He invested heavily in ranching, banking, and mining. He also received an inheritance from his father and numerous other sources.