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Develops a Taste for Hunting and Natural History. Is Active in all College Sports,
Especially Wrestling and Boxing. Graduates in 1880 with High Honors.
Membership in Clubs, Etc. CHAPTER IV.-A NEw York Assembly MAN . . . At Once
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.
Cowboys, Hunters and Clubmen Rally to His Standard. 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 ...
Striking Figure in the Campaign. Presiding Over the Senate. Seeks Recreation in
a Post-election Hunt for Mountain Lions. ... Informed of His Chief's Death While
Hunting in the Adirondacks. Solemn Scenes at the Administration of the Sublime
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 Years . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Starting for the Hunt, Keystone
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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