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Theodore Roosevelts time out west affected his life If he had not gone out west he might have never became president He went out west after his mother and wife died on the same day He went out to North Dakota to start over and become a rancher When he was a child he had asthma so he was often isolated This made it important for him to be accepted socially He tried to make it among the cowboys He went back east in 1886 when his cattle were killed by a blizzard He resumed his political career soon he became Police Commissioner of New York City then vice president and then president When he was a child he also spent a lot of time drawing animals and was very interested in nature While he was president he set up 125 million acres of land as national parks and made the first Federal Bird Reserve Some of his ideas about nature and conservation were formed from his experiences in the west as well as from his childhood He learned how people outside of the North East thought He liked how people out west helped each other and did not ask for favors He liked how the men and women worked equally If Theodore Roosevelt had not gone out west our government would not be how if is now Going west strengthened his body character and soul He learned new things about people and nature which made him a great president
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