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What college did Teddy Roosevelt go to?

Last Updated: 1st January, 2020

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Harvard College
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Columbia Law School

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Likewise, people ask, what did Teddy Roosevelt study in college?

He studied biology intently and was already an accomplished naturalist and a published ornithologist. He read prodigiously with an almost photographic memory. While at Harvard, Roosevelt participated in rowing and boxing; he was once runner-up in a Harvard boxing tournament.

Similarly, what laws did Teddy Roosevelt pass? His presidency saw the passage of the Pure Food and Drug Act, which established the Food and Drug Administration to regulate food safety, and the Hepburn Act, which increased the regulatory power of the Interstate Commerce Commission.

Subsequently, question is, where did Roosevelt go to college?

Columbia Law School 1904–1907 Harvard College

What were some major accomplishments of Theodore Roosevelt?

Nobel Peace Prize Army Medal of Honor

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