A Great American Conservationist: Remembering Teddy Roosevelt

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A “Bully” Conservationist

Credit: © AMNH/D. Finnin
U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt, a hunter and naturalist, played a crucial role in the conservation movement in this country. A restored and updated…Read More »

memorial to the 26th president was unveiled today (Oct. 25) at the American Museum of Natural History, an institution with which he had a long-standing association. Above, a mural in the museum’s Theodore Roosevelt Rotunda depicts the building of the Panama Canal, which he championed as president. In Roosevelt’s time “bully” meant “first rate”.   Less «
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