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Brigaded with the Forces of a Fighting Man. The Affair at Las Guasimas, and the
Loss of Precious Lives. The Rough Riders Prove Their Heroism in Battle. From
the Trenches to the Hospital. Graves in Alien Soil. After Peace, the Return Home.
England, though a monarchy—the father, the mother of all modern republics—
cried “Long live the queen,” and yet mourned for us. Our war came to an end. In
one part of the country there seemed to be chaos. Senators said, “We have failed.
Presidents die; the country lives. But confidence is the essence of prosperity.
Without confidence we are unsteady of gaze, fixing cross-eyes upon uncertainty.
With confidence we are strong, and Roosevelt gives us strength. They said that
He began to live in a democratic way on his first day at college, and during the
entire four years of his course he occupied rooms in a private house, then No. 16,
now No. 88 Winthrop street. It stands at the southwest corner of Winthrop and ...
Live turtles and insects were always to be found in his study, and one who lived
in the house with him at the time recalls the excitement occasioned by a
particularly large turtle, sent him by a friend from the Southern seas, which
escaped out of ...
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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