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Oyster Bay (Nassau, New York)

Oyster Bay (Nassau, New York)
There's only been one president from Long Island, and he lived in the Town of Oyster Bay. Theodore Roosevelt built his only house, Sagamore Hill, in Cove Neck in 1885, and during his presidency, 1901-1909, the Victorian mansion served as the summer White House.
Photo: The Business Street, Oyster Bay from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909
There's only been one president from Long Island, and he lived in the Town of Oyster Bay. Theodore Roosevelt built his only house, Sagamore Hill, in Cove Neck in 1885, and during his presidency, 1901-1909, the Victorian mansion served as the summer White House.
Photo: The Business Street, Oyster Bay from "Long Island To-day" by Frederick Ruther, 1909
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  • John McCain, looking to Teddy Roosevelt

     
    by Jill Zuckman At his Hidden Valley ranch near Sedona, Ariz., Sen. John McCain takes his guests for long hikes across the creek and up the hill, pointing out species of birds, plants and wildlife, and occasionally serving as medic......
  • RNC: One backer of McCain, and a bettor v. Congress

     
    At the New York Republican gathering here Monday, delegate Jim Picken, leader from the Town of Oyster Bay, was asked how the GOP could make up ground back home due to paring back the convention program. "I don't think......