President Theodore Roosevelt
And his wife Edith Kermit Cardow Roosevelt
Before becoming president.
Theodore was in New York City in 1858 to a wealthy family. Then in 1884 he married his first wife, Alice Lee Roosevelt, and on the same day his mother died. Then for the next two years he lived at his ranch house in the Badlands Of Dakota. Where he drove cattle, hunted, and captured an outlaw. Then on a trip to London he married his second wife Edith Kermit Cardow in December of 1886. Then during the Spanish-American War he was a lieutenant colonel in the Rough Rider Regiment. During the war he lead a charge up San Juan Hill. After the war he went into politics and in 1898 he ran for president as a Republican and won.
He built the Panama Canal because a faster root was needed from the Pacific to the Atlantic. Then he founded the national parks service, the forest service, and seat back many acres of land that nobody could develop. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for mediating the Russo-Japanese War.
In 1909 Theodore went to Africa on a safari. Then in 1912 He ran for president once again. Then while campaigning in Milwaukee he was shot in the chest and he soon recovered but never became president. He then died in 1919.