Where Did Eleanor Roosevelt Live ?  

Eleanor Roosevelt was born in the year 1884 in the city of New York. She was left behind with her as her mother died.  In fact, her grandmother was the one who actually brought her up. So, as far as the places where Eleanor lived are concerned, the first place to be mentioned in the list would be New York as this was the place where she was born and brought up.

Once she got married to her husband Franklin Roosevelt, they lived in various places after their marriage. During their marriage, they traveled to places like New York, Hyde Park, Albany and Washington, DC. They also spend their vacations in Campobello Island. The first place where they lived after their marriage was New York. In the year 1910, after FDR got elected in the state assembly they both moved to Albany. In 1913, when he was appointed as the assistant secretary in the navy, the couple shifted to Washington DC.

After FDR got defeated in elections in the year 1920, they moved to live in Hyde Park. Once FDR was diagnosed with polio, they went to Georgia in order to get proper treatment. FDR at this place opened a therapeutic center for helping the people suffering from polio like him in the year 1926. He also built one small cottage near this center where he lived himself. This was known as ‘Little White House’. After White House, Eleanor Roosevelt made her Val Kill Cottage as her Hyde Park home due to the fact that she loved it.

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