Lisa shares the connection she felt living near the Panama Canal while interning for the Theodore Roosevelt Center.
Veronica from Michigan reflects on her experience as a summer intern for the Theodore Roosevelt Center.
Elizabeth from Rhode Island shares her insight regarding African American disfranchisement during Theodore Roosevelt's presidency.
An intern shares her observation of Theodore Roosevelt's views on freemasonry and politics.
Krystal Thomas interviews Philip McFarland about his new book, Mark Twain and the Colonel.
After Theodore Roosevelt lost the Republican nomination to William Howard Taft in June of 1912, he broke away from the party, and he and his supporters formed the Progressive Party.
While working on the letters written by candidate Theodore Roosevelt's secretarial team during the 1912 presidential campaign, an intern has come across several themes that resonate with the 2012 presidential campaign.