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Sagamore Hill was Theodore Roosevelt's home in Oyster Bay, New York. A wonderful memory from my youth was visiting the house. Click the Link below this blurb and Learn a Little about Sagamore Hill.

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site, New York, was the home of the President of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt, from 1885 until his death in

Theodore Roosevelt’s Sagamore Hill Home Cries ‘Bully!’ - NYTimes.com

Theodore Roosevelt’s Sagamore Hill Home Cries ‘Bully!’

Theodore Roosevelt’s Sagamore Hill Home Cries ‘Bully!’ - The New York Times

Teddy Roosevelt’s Home Reopens to the Public: In this June 9, 2015, photo, elk and bison heads along with mementos President Theodore Roosevelt received adorn the North Room, the 26th president's "trophy room," at Sagamore Hill, his summer White House in Oyster Bay, N.Y. Sagamore Hill reopens July 12 after a $10 million, four-year renovation by the National Park Service. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

Teddy Roosevelt's Home Reopens to the Public

Elk and bison heads along with mementos President Theodore Roosevelt received adorn the North Room, the president's "trophy room," at Sagamore Hill

Mount Vernon, Virginia George Washington's House... Visit this place

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Magnificent $10M Restoration of Teddy Roosevelt's Sagamore Hill Home Exemplifies Peak Taxidermy - Rad Restorations - Curbed National

Magnificent $10M Restoration of Teddy Roosevelt's Sagamore Hill Home Exemplifies Peak Taxidermy

One of the final things uttered by President Theodore Roosevelt as he lay ill in bed in January 1919 was an aside to his wife, Edith: "I wonder if you will ever know how I love Sagamore Hill.

Roosevelt's Little White House Historic Site | Georgia State Parks

Roosevelt’s Little White House Historic Site (Multi-cache). Mid-Georgia, West: 401 Little White House Rd Warm Springs, GA 31830

Abigail Adams (née Smith; November 22 1744 – October 28, 1818) was the closest advisor and wife of John Adams, as well as the mother of John Quincy Adams. She is sometimes considered to have been a Founder of the United States, and is now designated as the first Second Lady and second First Lady of the United States, although these titles were not in use at the time.

Everything about First Lady Abigail Smith Adams

The Stone Library President John Adams had built separately from his home, Peacefield, Quincy, MA.

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