Arbor Day started with a president who cared

In 1907, President Theodore Roosevelt gave a proclamation, as presidents do; this one, however, was different than most speeches. This one was written for and given to students. The thought of a President writing a speech for people my age seems kind of strange. That is until you read it. The general idea of the speech is that the younger generation needs to care about trees, but . . .

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