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  1. Anna Roosevelt Cowles (January 18, 1855 – August 25, 1931) was the older sister of United States President Theodore Roosevelt and an aunt of Eleanor Roosevelt. Her childhood nickname was Bamie ( / ˈ b æ m i / ), a derivative of bambina (Italian for "baby girl"), but as an adult, her family began calling her Bye because of her ...

  2. Anna “BamieRoosevelt Cowles was born on January 18, 1855. She was the oldest child of Theodore and Martha “Mittie” Bulloch Roosevelt, and sister to Theodore Roosevelt. Anna went by many names including “Bamie” (short for bambina) given to her by her mother, and Bye which she was called by her siblings and many nieces and nephews.

  3. Anna Roosevelt Cowles (1855-1931) was Theodore Roosevelts elder sister. Born in the family’s brownstone at 28 East 20 th Street in New York City, she was always known as Bye or Bamie.

  4. 9 de may. de 2024 · So Bamie is what RFK was to JFK for Theodore Roosevelt. She is insightful and intelligent. She sees the political chessboard and knows exactly where Theodore Roosevelt should move next.

  5. 5 de ene. de 2014 · Anna Roosevelt Cowles (1855-1931) was closer to Theodore Roosevelt than anyone. And he respected her more than anyone. Anna Roosevelt: A First-Born Syndrome Anna Roosevelt, nicknamed “Bamie” was the eldest of four remarkable Roosevelt children born to Theodore (Sr.) and his wife Martha Bulloch.

  6. 4 de may. de 2024 · It was Bamie who oversaw the construction of Leeholm, Roosevelts final home that was later renamed Sagamore Hill, and it was Bamie who, most critically, took care of Roosevelts...

  7. Alice Lee Roosevelt Longworth (12 de febrero de 1884 - 20 de febrero de 1980) fue una prominente socialité estadounidense. Era la hija mayor del presidente de los Estados Unidos Theodore Roosevelt y su primera mujer, Alice Hathaway Lee . Longworth tuvo una vida poco convencional y polémica.