|Title:||Teddy Bears: A Collectible History of the Teddy Bear|
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|ePUB size:||1255 kb|
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|Category:||Crafts and Hobbies|
|Publisher:||Parragon Inc (April 1, 2007)|
In 2011 she turned her attention from the world of antiques and collectables to focus on her first love, historical fiction.
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Discover how the teddy bear got his name and the history behind the beloved stuffed to. The cartoon was called "Drawing the Line in Mississippi" and depicted both state line dispute and the bear hunt
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Teddy Bears got their name from Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th president of the United States. In 1902, the president went bear hunting in Mississippi without success, so members of his party caught a bear cub, tied it to a tree, and offered it to the president as an easy trophy. The president refused. Teddy Bears name is based on one of two stories. One story is that the president gave the Michtom's permission to christen the new stuffed toy bear "Teddy Bear". The other story is that at President Roosevelt's daughter's wedding, bears decorated the tables. When a guest asked what breed of bear they were, a guest said, "Why, they're Teddy Bears, of course".
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But the teddy bear is an American original: Its story begins with a holiday vacation taken by President Theodore Roosevelt. By the spring of 1902, the United Mine Workers of America were on strike, seeking shorter workdays and higher wages from a coal industry that was suffering from oversupply and low profits. In 1963, they donated one of the first teddy bears to the Smithsonian Institution. It’s currently on view in the American Presidency gallery at the National Museum of American History. Articles: Holt Collier, Mississippi Published in George P. Rawick, e. The American Slave: A Composite Autobiography.
Mississippi hunting for bears. The guide then found a little bear cub in the brush and presented it to the President. He refused to kill it and sent. it back off to its mother (Origin). Clifford Berryman, a political cartoonist for the Washington Post, heard the story of the little bear. They had some toy bears there and Morris wrote to the President asking him if he could. name them Teddy, after him (History). There is another story concerning the origin of the teddy bear, but it is not as well known or accepted. The British claim the teddy bear was their creation because of King Edward VII. His nickname was Teddy. No matter which story you believe, you can probably agree that the teddy bear will remain a cherished.