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Wins the Confidence and Esteem of Hunters, Ranchmen and Pioneers. “Busting”
Bronchos. Adventures with Wild Beasts. Thrilling Fight with a Grizzly. CHAPTER
VII.-RooseVELT. As AN AUTHOR . . . . 129 First Author to Become President.
The Best Fighting Material that Ever Marched to the Field. Drilling, Preparing and
Embarking. Landing on Cuban Soil. CHAPTER XIII.-SERVICE IN CUBA . . . . . . .
Brigaded with the Forces of a Fighting Man. The Affair at Las Guasimas, and the ...
I must get into the fight myself.” It would extend the scope of this article too far for
me to more than allude to the correspondence between our distinguished
Secretary Long and Assistant Secretary Roosevelt, in which he was urged to
men were en march, and at a little after seven they attacked, and after a severe
fight defeated a large Spanish force under Lieutenant-General Linares. This was
Roosevelt's first experience under fire, and his superb conduct immediately ...
“Boys”—he did not say “gentlemen,” he did not say “fellow citizens,” he said “boys
,” for his mind had flown back to a time when he was fighting for his country—''
Boys, we must stand together. We have met at the bier of one whom we loved.
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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