Indian chiefs headed by Geronimo, passing in review before President Roosevelt, Inauguration Day, Washington, 1905 [[MORE]] “ First Inaugural Parade of Theodore Roosevelt, March 4, 1905. President Roosevelt waved his hat and members of the...
US National Debt and Deficit Debt History with Charts – a briefing #credit #solutions http://debt.remmont.com/us-national-debt-and-deficit-debt-history-with-charts-a-briefing-credit-solutions/ #breakdown of national debt # US National Debt and Deficit History Two Centuries of Government Debt In the century after Alexander Hamilton refunded the debts of the Revolutionary War with a federal debt, the United States only went into debt to pay for its wars. But then in the 1930s the…
Horton (Capt) -- Winston Churchill on board the battleship HMS PRINCE OF WALES during his journey to America to meet President Roosevelt, August 1941. -- High quality art prints, canvases -- Imperial War Museum Prints
Rare U #coin #machine http://coin.remmont.com/rare-u-coin-machine/ #penny coin # Top 10 Rare U.S. Coins 1933 Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle In 1933, with the Depression in full swing, President Roosevelt took the country off the gold standard and recalled all gold coins for melting. About a dozen never made it back to the mint or were smuggled out again by enterprising employees, includingRead More
The Arsenal of Democracy #lease #car #terms http://lease.remmont.com/the-arsenal-of-democracy-lease-car-terms/ 50d. The Arsenal of Democracy Although short of planes and pilots, the British Royal Air Force managed to hold off Hitler’s Luftwaffe during the Battle of Britain. War had finally come. Two days after Britain and France declared war on Nazi Germany, President Roosevelt issued a proclamation of neutrality and ordered the suspension of munitions […]
"Mother" Jones became a labor organizer at the age of 50 and then led strikes in mines and publicized dangers of child labor in textile mills for another nearly 50 years. She traveled constantly without a permanent home. Jones led miners’ wives armed only with brooms and mops as they chased off strikebreakers. She led a march of child mill workers from Pennsylvania to President Roosevelt’s home on Long Island to dramatize the evils of child labor.⠀
Here’s one story that’s funny, true and typical of Harvard. President Theodore Roosevelt graduated from Harvard. One day he called from the White House and asked to speak with legendary Harvard President Charles William Elliot. President Roosevelt: “May I speak with Mr. Elliot, please?” Harvard secretary, insisting on protocol: “You mean PRESIDENT Elliot? He’s not in right now.” T.R.: “Well, when he returns will you tell him MISTER Roosevelt called?”