Striking Figure in the Campaign. Presiding Over the Senate. Seeks Recreation in
a Post-election Hunt for Mountain Lions. CHAPTER XVIII.-Ass AssiNATION OF
PRESIDENT MCKINLEY . . . . 354 Leon Czolgosz Strikes Down the Head of the ...
312 Colonel Roosevelt During the Campaign of 1900 . . . .344 A Fine Bobcat . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . 352 President Roosevelt Conferring with Senator Hanna . . .356
Exterior of Mr. Ansley Wilcox's Residence, at Buffalo .. 362 President Roosevelt at
The same dominant spirit that sends him alone through the forest on the trail of a
panther spurs him into the thick of the fight during a political campaign, and
keeps him there until the reforms he promised from the rostrum are achieved in ...
In a political campaign there is always the personal equation to be considered,
and the “Fighting Teddy” of the frontier who could always depend upon his body
of rough plainsmen or daring mountaineers to stand by him to the death, has
former, was an alderman in 1828-29-30, and was sent to the State Legislature in
1835, where he remained until the campaign year of General William Henry
Harrison—1840. And after that he was elected to Congress from the district which
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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