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10 Facts About Sagamore Hill, Theodore Roosevelt's Home

10 Facts About Sagamore Hill, Theodore Roosevelt's Home

By Staff Writer

The family home was known as Tranquility, and was situated two miles southwest from the future Sagamore Hill mansion. Theodore Roosevelt bought the land for Sagamore Hill in 1880. Theodore Roosevelt addresses a crowd of 500 suffragettes from the porch of his Sagamore Hill home around 1905. Sagamore Hill was Theodore Roosevelt's "Summer White House." Theodore Roosevelt died at Sagamore Hill.