Except for those of us who might be called snow bunnies, most folks don’t care for the month of January, which normally is a cold and dreary month. January, however, yields many reasons for travel, and certainly reflecting on the past . . . such as . . . .
The first presidential election was held in January 1789; subsequently four U.S. presidents were born in the month of January, and four U.S. presidents died in the month of January; among them President Theodore Roosevelt.
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