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  • born

    born
    Hyde park new York
  • wife was born

    wife was born
    was born in new york
  • goes to colladge

    goes to colladge
    goes to harvard colladge
  • graduates colladge

    graduates colladge
    gets a degree in bachelor of arts In 1876, Roosevelt joined Harvard University with all intentions of pursuing a career in natural sciences. Here he took up different sports, especially boxing
  • gets married

    gets married
    to Eleanor Roosevelt
  • james roosevelt was born

    james roosevelt was born
    was born in new york
  • assistance secretary of the us navy

    assistance secretary of the us navy
    promoted by woodrow willson
  • fdr jr was born

    fdr jr was born
    was born in newbrunswick Canada
  • fdr gets pollio

    fdr gets pollio
    gets pollio so he turns to stamps
  • 32nd elected president

    32nd elected president
    won by a land slide
  • With unemployment hovering at around 14 million, Congress passes the Federal Emergency Relief Act

    With unemployment hovering at around 14 million, Congress passes the Federal Emergency Relief Act
    With unemployment hovering at around 14 million, Congress passes the Federal Emergency Relief Act (FERA). It provides immediate grants to states for relief project, unlike Hoover's earlier proposals, which only provided loans. The legislature also passes the Agricultural Adjustment Act, establishing the Agricultural Adjustment Administration (AAA),
  • time in office

    time in office
    roosvelt was in office from march 4 1933 to april 12 1945
  • first lady press confrence

    first lady press confrence
    held by Elanor Roosevelt only lady's where allowed to attend
  • emergency banking act signed

    emergency banking act signed
    signed it basically giving all banks a four day holiday
  • congress meets

    congress meets
    Congress meets beginning what is later known as Roosevelt's “Hundred Days.” During this period, Congress enacts many of the principal programs of FDR's “New Deal.” It passes the Emergency Banking Act on March 9, allowing banks to reopen as soon as they can prove they are solvent; within three days, more than 1,000 banks will reopen, helping to raise the nation's confidence almost overnight.
  • fdr addresses nation on radio

    fdr addresses nation on radio
    fireside chat with the nation
  • Congress passes the Reforestation Relief Act

    Congress passes the Reforestation Relief Act
    Congress passes the Reforestation Relief Act, which provides for the creation of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC). The CCC offers immediate work to some 250,000 young men (ages 18-25) through a national reforestation program; by its conclusion in 1941, it will have employed more than 2 million young men.
  • On this, the final day of FDR's “Hundred Days,” Congress passes a number of bills.

    On this, the final day of FDR's “Hundred Days,” Congress passes a number of bills.
    On this, the final day of FDR's “Hundred Days,” Congress passes a number of bills. The most important of these is the National Industry Recovery Act (NIRA), the centerpiece of Roosevelt's efforts to revive American industry.
  • boycott against Germany

    boycott against Germany
    The American Federation of Labor votes to boycott all German-made products to protest the Nazi party's antagonism towards organized labor in Germany. The next day, Germany withdraws from the Disarmament Conference in Geneva and announces that it will terminate membership in the League of Nations in two years' time.
  • gold reverse act

    gold reverse act
    Congress passes the Gold Reserve Act, allowing the President to fix the value of the U.S. dollar at between 50 to 60 cents in terms of gold. The next day, FDR signs the Farm Mortgage Refinancing Act, establishing the Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation, designed to help farmers pay their mortgages by granting them easier terms of credit. Both efforts illustrate the federal government's increasing control over the nation's currency.
  • export-import

    export-import
    By executive order, FDR establishes the Export-Import Bank to encourage commerce between the United States and foreign nations, especially Latin America.
  • Cuba treaty

    Cuba treaty
    The United States and Cuba sign a treaty releasing Cuba from the Platt Amendment, which had made Cuba a U.S. protectorate following the Spanish-American War in 1903.
  • sec act

    sec act
    FDR signs the Securities Exchange Act, creating the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC), which will license stock exchanges and determine the legality of certain speculative market practices. The following day, Congress will pass the Corporate Bankruptcy Act, allowing corporations facing bankruptcy to reorganize if two-thirds of its creditors agree. Efforts at both prevention and prescription, the bills address some of the factors which led to the severity of the Great Depression.
  • Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act

    Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act
    Congress passes the Reciprocal Trade Agreement Act, allowing the President to cut tariffs by as much as 50 percent--without the consent of the Senate--for those nations granting the U.S. most-favored-nation trading status.
  • Congress passes the Communications Act

    Congress passes the Communications Act
    Congress passes the Communications Act, creating the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to regulate radio, telegraph, and telephone communications. The FCC replaces the much narrower focused Federal Radio Commission, established in 1927 under Coolidge.
  • ww2

    ww2
    Nazi invasion of Poland initially he didn't do anything but assist France and Brittan
  • died

    died
    franklin died in 1945 due to intracerebral hemorrhage while having his portrait done at his home
  • wife dies

    wife dies
    died from aplastic anemia
  • fdr jr dies

    fdr jr dies
    in pougkeepsie new york death natural causes
  • james roosevelt dies

    james roosevelt dies
    his son death natural causes