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She remained active in Democratic causes and was a prolific writer until her death at age.
Eleanor was the daughter of Elliott.
Roosevelt and Anna Hall, roosevelt and the niece of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th president of the United States.
She grew up in a wealthy family that attached great value to community service.
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