Partnership with Historic Sites

Since its inception, the Theodore Roosevelt Association has been instrumental in preserving sites of importance to Roosevelt’s life and legacy, including:

We maintain relationships with and support the efforts of all these sites as well as others that have a connection to Roosevelt, including:

  • Theodore Roosevelt Inaugural Site in Buffalo, NY, where, in 1901, Roosevelt was sworn-in as president after President McKinley died
  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park, three separate units in western North Dakota where Roosevelt lived and worked as a rancher in the 1880s
  • New York City’s American Museum of Natural History, founded by Roosevelt’s father, Theodore Roosevelt Sr., and home to the New York State Theodore Roosevelt Memorial
  • The Roosevelt Study Center, one of Western Europe’s premier research and conference centers dedicated to understanding the history and culture of the US and its meaning for Europe.


Join the TRA today and receive the Association's scholarly journal, participate in Association-sponsored travel and tour opportunities and local TRA Chapter activities and events, and receive invitations to all TRA events.

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