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Eleanor Roosevelt was an American politician, diplomat, activist and the longest-serving First Lady of the United States. She was first lady from March 1933 to April 1945 during her husband President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s four terms in office. For more facts on Eleanor Roosevelt see the list below.
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt
Date of Birth
October 11, 1884
Date of Death
November 7, 1962
Place of Birth
New York City
Elliott Roosevelt and Anna Hall Roosevelt
Franklin Roosevelt, herfifth cousin once removed
The Roosevelts had six children, five of whom survived infancy: Anna Eleanor, Jr.,
James, Franklin Delano, Jr., Elliott and John Aspinwall
Tutored privately until 15 at Allenswood Academy, a private finishing school;
in the 1920 Eleanor studied at The New School
Author speaker, politician and activist for the New Deal coalition
Reason for Fame
First Lady of the United States from 1933 to 1945
Eleanor received forty-eight honorary degrees. She was was a champion of civil rights
and women’s rights. She was one of the most admired people of the 20th century,
according to Gallup’s List of Widely Admired People
Eleanor Roosevelt Worksheets
This bundle includes 11 ready-to-use Eleanor Roosevelt worksheets that are perfect for students to learn about Eleanor who was an American politician, diplomat, activist and the longest-serving First Lady of the United States.
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- Eleanor Roosevelt Facts
- The First Lady
- America’s First Family
- First Ladies and Presidents
- Modified TRUE or FALSE
- Worthy Quotes
- Word Search
- The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
- The Writer
- Other Women in History
- Her Legacy
- Answer Key
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