In January 6, 1919 Theodore Roosevelt dies in his sleep of a blood clot at
the age of 60 and was buried in a public cemetery in Oyster Bay, a short distance from his
beloved home in Sagamore Hill. Some say that he might have also died of a broken heart
since his son Quentin died in the war, but it is not certain. What the 26th president
Theodore Roosevelt will be remembered by is that he was a huge influence in history and
that he helped make life in the U.S better for everybody.