In the late 1800s, a young woman named Kermit Roosevelt made an unlikely decision to move to New Orleans.
The woman who would later become known as the “Queen of New Orleans” was a woman who did not need a man to provide for her.
Her life was full of love and joy, she said.
“She was like a great old-timey, all-American, beautiful, happy-go-lucky lady,” said her sister, Mary Kermit.
Kermit lived a life of luxury and wealth.
She was known to travel all over the world with her children, including the United States.
Kerit’s children also lived a lavish life, including a “furniture palace” and a $10 million mansion.
Keriton’s children, however, were not the only ones to be blessed with a prosperous lifestyle.
When Kermit moved to New York in 1884, the rich had already made their money, and Kermit’s children had to wait a long time for their fortunes to recover.
Kerits family did not want to be left behind, so Kermit arranged for her children to move in with her, and her children continued to live with her and her two daughters until she died in 1935.
Kerites sons were named after Kermit, who was the mother of John Quincy Adams, who became the first president of the United State.
Kerita’s daughters were named for Kermit as well.
One of Kermits children, who lived in New York City at the time, wrote a letter to her, expressing his joy that his father had “been able to bring up so many beautiful children.”
“I hope to see you again one day, John,” Kermit wrote.
Kerms sons also served as presidents of the country’s largest manufacturing companies, and they became prominent in the early 1900s when the federal government launched the Great American Manufacturing and Exposition.
It was Kermit who helped the United Auto Workers union organize the first National Association of Manufacturers in 1901.
It is Kermit and her family who also have the distinction of being the first Americans to visit France during World War I. Kermits family also came to New Zealand to raise funds for the country after World War II.
Keritalts family did something that few of us could ever dream of doing: they built their own home.
They moved to a new home and opened the house to the public.
Keritiches daughter, Kermit Whelan, was named after her mother.
In her later years, Kerit was known for her charitable work and for helping people in need.
Keriit Whelans sister, Keri Whelany, was also named after the late Kerit, who died in 1990.
Kerim Whelanism is a New York Times bestselling author.
She has written two novels, the popular “Sophia’s Ashes” and the critically acclaimed “I Am Not the One.”
She has also served on the boards of numerous charities.
Kerion Whelania is a television and radio personality who is currently a columnist for the New York Daily News.