Sagamore Hill delights Presidents Day visitors

Presidents Day provided a good opportunity to visit Theodore Roosevelt’s Oyster Bay home. Sagamore Hill National Historic Site gives visitors a chance to both hear

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site gives visitors a chance to both hear stories about the 26th president and see some of his treasured belongings.

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site gives visitors a chance to both hear stories about the 26th president and see some of his treasured belongings. (2/15/16)

OYSTER BAY - Presidents Day provided a good opportunity to visit Theodore Roosevelt’s Oyster Bay home.

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site gives visitors a chance to both hear stories about the 26th president and see some of his treasured belongings.

“I was here when I was a child. I said when my children had a day off from school I would bring my children here. So it's history repeating itself,” said Debbie Otonoga, of Smithtown.

 

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