The Boys' Life of Theodore Roosevelt

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Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 404 pages
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1918. Illustrated with photographs, cartoons, and reproductions of Theodore Roosevelt's own diaries. Contents: A Boy Arrives and Discovers the World; He Grows; He Goes on His Travels and Learns a Thing or Two; He Seeks Out Wise Fold of Various Sorts, with Varying Results; He Finds His Place in the Universe Without Quite Knowing It; He Goes on His First Real Hunt; He Looks for Adventures and Finds Them: Some Folks from Maine Turn a New House into a New Home; The End of the Idyl; He Brings a Graveyard to Life and Incidentally Comes to Close Grips with a Bear; He Jumps into a Tiger's Den and Emerges, to the Discomfiture of the Tiger; He Walks Through the Fiery Furnace; He Governs a Great State Justly in Spite of the Interests; He Inaugurates a New Era; He Establishes Himself and His Country as a World Power; He Goes Out into the Wilderness; He Walks with Kings; He Returns to His Own People and Fights a Good Fight Against Odds; He Goes Out after New Adventures and Nearly Finds the Greatest of All; and The Great Awakener.

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