Theodore Roosevelt Hunts in Africa Ca. 1909Unknown - 1900
Theodore Roosevelt was an avid outdoorsman and was the first president to make a significant impact on the preservation of natural resources. In 1905 Roosevelt established the U.S. Forest Service and added 150 million acres to national forests before the end of his presidency in 1909. After he left office, he went on a yearlong safari in Africa to gather specimens for the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C.
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Copyright Date: ©1900
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