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Apr 15, 1995
| ISBN 9780823411573
| 4-8 years
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Apr 15, 1995 | ISBN 9780823411573 | 4-8 years
Eleanor Roosevelt went from being a sad, shy child to becoming an adult who reached out to people everywhere. She married Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1904. She became America’s first lady while he served as president from 1932 – 1945. During the years of the Great Depression, she visited towns, cities, and farms all over the country and brought hope to millions of people. She made many speeches, had a radio program, and wrote a newspaper column. Eleanor Roosevelt called on American soldiers during World War II and served as chairperson of the Commission on Human Rights at the United Nations after her husband’s death. She was an important, beloved figure of her time and is remembered as one of America’s greatest women.
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