Later Life and Death


        After the last day of his presidency, Roosevelt packed up his belongings and took a lone stagecoach back to his family in Halifax.  His dream had been fulfilled, and successfully.  Legend has it that he took over what had once been his father's mill and brought it back to success before his thyroid infection brought him down at the age of seventy-nine.  America will fondly remember the President that helped bring our nation to greatness, and his image will grace history textbooks for the next hundred years: Our beloved "Teddy" on the Bully Pulpit, taking the country by storm.

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