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Published when Theodore Roosevelt was only twenty-three years old, The Naval War of 1812 was immediately hailed as a literary and scholarly triumph, and it is still considered the definitive book on the subject. It caused considerable controversy for its bold refutation of earlier accounts of the war, but its brilliant analysis and balanced tone left critics floundering, changed the course of U.S. military history by renewing interest in our obsolete forces, and set the young author and political hopeful on a path to greatness. Roosevelt's inimitable style and robust narrative make The Naval War of 1812 enthralling, illuminating, and utterly essential to every armchair historian.
In 1898, as the Spanish-American War was escalating, Theodore Roosevelt assembled an improbable regiment of Ivy Leaguers, cowboys, Native Americans, African-Americans, and Western Territory land speculators. This group of men, which became known as the Rough Riders, trained for four weeks in the Texas desert and then set sail for Cuba. Over the course of the summer, Roosevelt's Rough Riders fought valiantly and sometimes recklessly in the Cuban foothills, incurring casualties at a far greater rate than the Spanish. Roosevelt kept a detailed diary from the time he left Washington until his triumphant return from Cuba later that year. The Rough Riders was published to instant acclaim in 1899. Robust in its style and mesmerizing in its acount of battle, it is exhilarating, illuminating, and utterly essential reading for every armchair historian and at-home general.
Hunting Trips of a Ranchman & the Wilderness HunterTheodore Roosevelt, Stephen E. AmbroseRandom House / 1998 / Trade Paperback$18.00 Retail:
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Written during his days as a ranchman in the Dakota Bad Lands, these two wilderness tales by Theodore Roosevelt endure today as part of the classic folklore of the West. The narratives provide vivid portraits of the land as well as the people and animals that inhanbited it, underscoring Roosevelt's abiding concerns as a naturalist. Originally published in 1885, Hunting Trips of a Ranchman chronicles Roosevelt's adventures tracking a twelve-hundred-pound grizzly bear in the pine forests of the Bighorn Mountains. In asides as compelling as the hunt, Roosevelt muses on the beauty of the Bad Lands and the simple pleasures of ranch life. The Wilderness Hunter, which came out in 1893, remains perhaps the most detailed account of the grizzly bear ever recorded and an intensely personal portrait of the man who would be president.
Teddy Roosevelt was America's twenty-sixth president. Though he was an asthmatic, Roosevelt lived a full and accomplished life. He was a sportsman, a public servant, and a literary man. Roosevelt believed that to live a satisfying life, one had to live a strenuous life. In 1905, he made this speech in Chicago. It is considered by many to be the essence of his political and personal philosophy.
Written by the wonderful Genevieve Forster, Theodore Roosevelt: An Initial Biography features beautiful illustrations with lively text about one of the greatest American presidents. Children will learn about Teddy Roosevelt's childhood and his time in office, as well as how he spent the remainder of his life. A living book from Beautiful Feet Books. Grades 4-8. 106 pages, softcover.
Who was Theodore Roosevelt? Where did he live, what was his childhood like, and what was the outcome of his tenure as president? Black-and-white illustrations, maps, and a timeline are included. Ages 9-11. 106 pages, softcover.
Heroes of History: Theodore Roosevelt, An American OriginalJanet Benge, Geoff BengeEmerald Books / 2005 / Trade Paperback$6.89 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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The Heroes of History series chronicles the true stories of fascinating men and women who changed the course of history.
Determined to make a difference and with an insatiable curiosity, love of adventure, and hunger for justice, Theodore Roosevelt exemplified a life directed by principle and not by circumstance. Whether rooting out government and corporate corruption, leading the legendary Rough Riders in war, establishing wildlife refuges and national parks, ranching in the Badlands of Dakota, writing books, or exploring dangerous uncharted land, the twenty-sixth president of the United States embraced every challenge and made his life count.
For ages 10 and up.
One of America's most beloved presidents comes to life in this comprehensive, unique biography illustrated by more than 250 period cartoons. Theodore Roosevelt, adored for everything from his much-caricatured teeth and glasses to his almost childlike exuberance and boundless energy, as well as his astounding achievements, captivated Americans of his day--and the cartoonists who immortalized him in their drawings. In Bully! The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt, author and cartoonist Rick Marshall captures Roosevelt's remarkable life as no other biographer has.
The Remarkable Rough-Riding Life of Theodore Roosevelt and the Rise of Empire AmericaCheryl HarnessRandom House / 2007 / Hardcover$9.49 Retail:
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History and biography meet with fantastic illustrations in this narrative that follows the life of President Teddy Roosevelt. Set into the historical context of an expanding America, discover how young Theodore set to work improving both his body and his mind as he exercised to overcome his asthma and continued in studying his lifelong interest in the natural world. The historical context of expanding national interests is included, and timelines across the bottom of most pages provide additional insight into the times in which he lived. Ages 8-12. 144 pages, indexed, hardcover with dust jacket.
Teddy Roosevelt's daring and gentleman-adventure lifestyle is often the defining impression of his personality, however, his relationship to his six children is in focus here. Roosevelt's collection of letters written between 1898 and 1911 show the president as a devoted father who passed along advice, family stories, encouragement, and a good deal of fun to his children when they were apart. Written and sketched letters are both included! 240 pages, softcover.
Theodore Roosevelt--known to all as Teddy--played many roles in his time, and this coloring book traces every stage of his remarkable life. Detailed captions accompany images depicting his illness-shadowed childhood, his embrace of strenuous outdoor pursuits, his leadership of the Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War, his political rise, and his ceaseless championship of conservation-related causes.
Winner of the 1982 National Book Award for Biography, this audiobook is the brilliant biography of the young Theodore Roosevelt. Hailed as a masterpiece by Newsday, it is the story of a remarkable little boy--seriously handicapped by recurrent and nearly fatal attacks of asthma--and his struggle to manhood.
Hunting Trips of a Ranchman and The Wilderness Hunter - eBookTheodore RooseveltModern Library / 2000 / ePub$2.99Availability: In StockStock No: WW11402EB
The Naval War of 1812: (A Modern Library E-Book) - eBookTheodore RooseveltModern Library / 2000 / ePub$2.99Availability: In StockStock No: WW12144EB
Theodore Roosevelt's History of the United States: His Own Words, Selected and Arranged by Daniel Ruddy - eBookDaniel RuddyHarperCollins e-books / 2010 / ePub$14.99Availability: In StockStock No: WW69879EB
Selected Speeches and Writings of Theodore Roosevelt - eBookTheodore RooseveltVintage / 2014 / ePub$8.99Availability: In StockStock No: WW48980EB