FDR: the beckoning of destiny, 1882-1928 : a history
This winner of the Francis Parkman prize--and first volume of a monumental biography--sets Roosevelt's life against the background and events of almost half a century to show how the man and his career were shaped by the world in which he lived. A National Book Award nominee.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Real good stuff. It took a long time for me to read it, in the "dipping" way that I do, but I never lost track of the story. Mr Davis has crafted this history very well. Be aware though, that it does finish at 1928. It doesn't get into FDR's governorship or presidency.
Review: FDR: The Beckoning of Destiny 1882-1928: A HistoryUser Review - Goodreads
The first of a five volume biography of Roosevelt. Full of fascinating details often omitted from shorter bios. Long, and slow -- but worth it.
HOUSES BESIDE A RIVER
The House at Crum Elbow
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