Six New Yorkers have become President of the United States, including the nation's youngest (Theodore Roosevelt) and longest serving (Franklin D. Roosevelt). New York is the final resting place for seven presidents. Add to this the number of presidential historic moments and accomplishments that happened within our borders, and visitors have the opportunity to experience presidential history here like nowhere else.
At this site, Theodore Roosevelt was inaugurated as the 26th President of the United States as a consequence of the unforeseen death of President William McKinley. A combination of historically... more