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Partnership with Historic Sites
Since its inception, the Theodore Roosevelt Association has been instrumental in preserving sites of importance to Roosevelt’s life and legacy, including:
We maintain relationships with and support the efforts of all these sites as well as others that have a connection to Roosevelt, including:
- Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, Roosevelt’s family home in Oyster Bay, NY from 1887 until the death of his widow, Edith, in 1948
- Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site at 28 East 20th Street in Manhattan, the reconstructed brownstone house where Roosevelt was born in 1858
- Theodore Roosevelt Island, the former Mason’s Island and living memorial to TR outside Washington, DC
- Pine Knot, the Roosevelt’s presidential retreat in Albemarle County, VA, which Edith Roosevelt purchased in 1905
- Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site in Buffalo, NY, where, in 1901, Roosevelt was sworn-in as president after President McKinley died
- Theodore Roosevelt National Park, three separate units in western North Dakota where Roosevelt lived and worked as a rancher in the 1880s
- New York City’s American Museum of Natural History, founded by Roosevelt’s father, Theodore Roosevelt Sr., and home to the New York State Theodore Roosevelt Memorial
- The Roosevelt Study Center, one of Western Europe’s premier research and conference centers dedicated to understanding the history and culture of the US and its meaning for Europe.