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369 "To Theodore Roosevelt Takes Oath of Office. Informed of His Chief's Death
While Hunting in the Adirondacks. Solemn Scenes at the Administration of the
Sublime Obligation. Declares He Will Carry Out McKinley's Policy. CHAPTER XX.
PAGE Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States . . Frontispiece Mr.
Roosevelt's Residence at Oyster Bay . . . . . . 40 Toom in Mr. Roosevelt's House at
Oyster Bay . . . . 48 President Roosevelt in 1880, and also at the Age of Nine
Mr. Roosevelt was solicited to accept an appointment as Civil Service
Commissioner on account of his long and relentless warfare on political jobbery
and corruption. He was a civil service reformer and an intense opponent of the
I met Mr. Roosevelt at his office, and he showed the same enthusiastic devotion,
and delighted to explain his efforts toward reform and good, honest government.
When Mr. McKinley became President he selected Mr. Roosevelt as his ...
... strength and increased the supply of coal at every station. He personally
inspected the war-vessels and neglected nothing which would add to naval
efficiency. Senator Cushman K. Davis said: “If it had not been for Roosevelt we
would not ...
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I did not finish this book, and the first sentence from the first chapter may give you an idea why. "Restless as the sea his forefathers sailed to reach the new world; active as the soil that answered ... Read full review