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(1) President Theodore Roosevelt protected the old growth forest, with its majestic, towering trees, in 1908.
(2) He showed us the old home of former President Theodore Roosevelt.
(3) Finally, on June twenty-ninth, nineteen-oh-six, President Theodore Roosevelt signed a bill creating Mesa Verde National Park. It was the first National Park designed to protect the works of humans.
(4) It was ninety-two years to the day since President Theodore Roosevelt had set aside the Grand Canyon itself as a national monument.
(5) Almost a half - century later, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt started up his own canal project power.
(6) President Theodore Roosevelt officially adopted the term in 1902.
(7) Former President Theodore Roosevelt expressed the American view of government well: " The government is us. "
(8) In 1902 President Theodore Roosevelt appointed him an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court.
(9) Former president Theodore Roosevelt and Kaiser Wilhelm II talk on the D?beritz military training field in Brandenburg in May 1910.
(10) But in 1901 President Theodore Roosevelt made it official: The White House.
(11) The guide showed us the old home of former President Theodore Roosevelt.
(12) The guide showed us the old house of former President Theodore Roosevelt.
(13) The guide shows us the old home of former president theodore roosevelt.
(14) But did not say(sentence dictionary), the White House is in 1902 President Theodore Roosevelt officially named.
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