December 6, 1904 in History

Event:

Theodore Roosevelt confirms Monroe-doctrine (Roosevelt Corollary)





Theodore Roosevelt History:
January 6, 1919 - Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President 1901 - 1909, dies in New York at 60
April 29, 1910 - Ex-president Theodore Roosevelt visits Amsterdam
January 1, 1907 - President Theodore Roosevelt shakes a record 8,513 hands in 1 day
December 10, 1906 - President Theodore Roosevelt (1st American) awarded Nobel Peace Prize
April 14, 1906 - President Theodore Roosevelt denounces "muckrakers" in U.S. press
March 17, 1906 - President Theodore Roosevelt uses term "muckrake"
November 8, 1904 - President Theodore Roosevelt (R) defeats Alton B Parker (D)
February 29, 1904 - Theodore Roosevelt, appoints 7 man committee to study Panama Canal
May 14, 1903 - President Theodore Roosevelt visits San Francisco
October 12, 1901 - Theodore Roosevelt renames "Executive Mansion," "The White House"
September 2, 1901 - Vice President Theodore Roosevelt advises, "Speak softly and carry a big stick"
October 27, 1880 - Theodore Roosevelt marries Alice Hathaway Lee, on his 22nd birthday
October 27, 1858 - Theodore Roosevelt, born in New York City, R, 26th President, 1901 - 1909, Nobel Peace Prize 1906


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