Theodore Roosevelt /
"Speak Softly and Carry a Big Stick"

© Photographed September 1, 2015
Soldiers Walk Memorial Park
Arcadia, Trempealeau County, Wisconsin
44.244142,-91.498145 (memorial walkway)
44.244188,-91.497426 (parking lot to access park)
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THEODORE ROOSEVELT
October 27, 1858 -- January 6, 1919

Politician, statesman, popular leader,
naturalist, soldier, orator and historian.

26th President of the United States
September 1901 -- March 1909

Vice President of the United States

Spanish American War
Lieutenant  Colonel 1st Volunteer
Cavalry known as the "Rough Riders"
famous for the Battle of San Juan Hill.

Governor of New York

Nobel Peace Prize winner

Panama Canal builder

Naturalist

Conservationist

Assistant Secretary of the Navy

President of Board of
Police Commissioners of New York City

Member of U.S. Civil Service Commission

Representative in the New York State Legislature

Explored the River of Doubt in Brazil

The memorial is located at Soldiers Walk Memorial Park on Memorial Park Drive, at its intersection with South Washington Street / County Highway J and Gaveny Drive, Arcadia, Wisconsin 54612.

NOTE: Soldiers Walk Memorial Park is bordered by and accessible from three streets, northwestbound Reit Lane, northbound South Washington Street / County Highway J, and eastbound Gaveny Road. The park is accessible from all three streets.

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Col Theodore Roosevelt stands triumphant on San Juan Hill, Cuba after
his "Rough Riders" captured this hill and its sister Kettle Hill during
the Spanish American War. Theodore Roosevelt Association
and Library of Congress as well as Public Domain.
This media file is in the public domain.


"SPEAK SOFTLY
AND
CARRY A BIG STICK"
As 26th President of the United States,
Teddy Roosevelt personified the
overwhelming confidence of this nation
as it entered what was to become the
American Century. A creator and
advocate of Americanism and a firm
believer that a strong military was vital
to prevent was. Roosevelt was the first
American leader to play an important
role in world affairs.

It can be said of Washington,
he founded the American nation.
It can be said of Lincoln, he preserved it.
It can be said of Roosevelt,
he established it as a world leader.


A tribute to George Washington, at the north entrance
to Arcadia Memorial Park.


The memorial is located at Memorial Park.

The memorial is located in Arcadia, Wisconsin.

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