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Sagamore Hill was Theodore Roosevelt’s home in Cove Neck, NY. Known for being the 26th President of the United States, Roosevelt grew up in New York and accomplished much here before taking on Washington DC. He served as NYC Police Commissioner (where he initiated sweeping reforms in the police department) and Governor of New York before moving into national politics.
Of all Roosevelt’s achievements, he was proudest of his work in conservation. He created the first National Parks and signed into law the Antiquities Act (under which the president may designate National Monuments.) So it is fitting that the National Park Service manages the home where he lived from 1886 until his death…
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