On May 26, 1913, a trial started in Marquette, Michigan. Theodore Roosevelt had sued the editor of the Iron Age newspaper, George Newett, for libel.
As the presidential election of 2012 heads into the party conventions where the party platforms will be developed, it is interesting to look back at the development of the Progressive, or Bull Moose, Party of 1912.
Some career and life advice written by Theodore Roosevelt to his son Kermit in 1913 is still applicable to all new college graduates today as they take their first steps into the world.
St. Pierre was a picturesque city situated on the northwest coast of the island of Martinique. Roughly 7km northeast of St. Pierre was the 4,300 ft. peak of a dormant volcano known as Mount Pelee. The peace of Mount Pelee began to falter in April 1902.
Looking at the first few days of May, Theodore Roosevelt often started new ventures at this time of year.
The nuances of cartoons often convey a lot of information in a single picture. Explore this example celebrating the beginning of the month of May.