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U.S. President: Theodore Roosevelt: Part III Discuss this eTheme.

This topic includes web sites on the president Theodor Roosevelt’s foreign policies. Find out about the Roosevelt’s Corollary, a world tour of the Great White Fleet, and building of the Panama Canal. Includes links to ebooks, photographs and a swf video file. There are links to eThemes resources on the president’s personal life, nature preservation and domestic policies; links to Unites states presidents and Nobel Prize laureates.


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Here is the first time that Teddy Roosevelt used the term "Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick."
Discover changes in American foreign policies introduced by Roosevelt.
Find out about Roosevelt's foreign policies. Follow links on the left to learn about Panama Canal, Roosevelt's Corollary, and more. Select links in the Readings section of the page to read about the policies. Select links in the Interactive Media Files section to watch swf movies with commentaries.
Read the Roosevelt's annual message to Congress in 1904.
Read a transcript or listen to an audio program recoded by Voice of America.
This site tells the history of the Panama Canal constructions. Includes QuickTime animations.
Learn about the history of the Panama Canal development, it size, toll, and American interests in the construction. NOTE: The site includes ads.
View photographs of battleships, torpedo flotilla, and auxiliaries participated in the Roosevelt's "Gunboat Diplomacy".
Teachers will be interested in this lesson plan which explains "the changing policies of the United states toward Latin America."
Students can download one of these eBooks by Teddy Roosevelt. NOTE: The site leads to the websites with ads.
Find out why the Roosevelt's face was carved on the mountain Rushmore.
Roosevelt was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906. Read the acceptance speech Roosevelt made after he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize by clicking on "Acceptance Speech." NOTE: The site includes ads.
Learn about the 26th American President - Theodore Roosevelt. Find out about his personal life - childhood, hobbies, and family. Read about his outdoor adventures, his nature conservations policies, and national parks. Read the story of a teddy bear. Includes audio and video clips, timelines, photographs, quizzes, and biographies.
Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th president and served from 1901 until 1909. Find out about his political views and domestic policies. Learn about the Bull Moose Party and the presidential election campaign of 1912. Includes the presidential inauguration transcript, photographs, audio and video files.
These sites have biographies of the presidents of the United States and their wives. Includes information about election trivia, debates, and inaugural addresses, plus some online games.
Find out about the Nobel Prize and its creator, Alfred Nobel. Read the biographies of Nobel Prize winners and take quizzes about the prize. One website includes a video clip of an interview with two Nobel Prize winners.

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