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Theodore Roosevelt
by Pearson, Edmund Lester


The author wishes to express his gratitude for permission to refer to the works which have been consulted in writing this book.

First and foremost, to Mr. William Roscoe Thayer, for "Theodore Roosevelt; An Intimate Biography." (Houghton, Mifflin Co.)

To Messrs. Charles Scribner's Sons for these writings of Theodore Roosevelt: "African Game Trails"; "Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography"; "The Rough Riders"; "Through the Brazilian Wilderness"; "History as Literature." And for "Theodore Roosevelt and His Time" by Joseph Bucklin Bishop, in Scribner's Magazine, for December, 1919.

To Messrs. Harper and Brothers and to Mr. Hermann Hagedorn for "The Boys' Life of Theodore Roosevelt" by Hermann Hagedorn.

To The Century Company for these books by Theodore Roosevelt: "The Strenuous Life"; "Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail."

To Messrs. G. P. Putnam's Sons for these books by Theodore Roosevelt: "American Ideals"; "The Wilderness Hunter."

To Mr. Charles G. Washbura for his "Theodore Roosevelt; the Logic of His Career." (Houghton, Mifflin Co.)

To Messrs Doubleday, Page & Co. and to Mr. Lawrence F. Abbott for "Impressions of Theodore Roosevelt" by Lawrence F. Abbott.

Chapter I: The Boy Who Collected Animals
Chapter II: In College
Chapter III: In Politics
Chapter IV: "Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail"
Chapter V: Two Defeats
Chapter VI: Fighting Office-Seekers
Chapter VII: Police Commissioner
Chapter VIII: The Rough Rider
Chapter IX: Governor of New York
Chapter X: President of the United States
Chapter XI: The Lion Hunter
Chapter XII: Europe and America
Chapter XIII: The Bull Moose
Chapter XIV: The Explorer
Chapter XV: The Man
Chapter XVI: The Great American

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