My Brother Theodore Roosevelt

Corinne Roosevelt Robinson

Series: American History, Culture and Literature, Historical Figures
BISAC: POL030000

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Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick

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My Brother Theodore Roosevelt is not a biography, it is not a political history of the times, although the author was most careful in her effort to record facts accurately, and carefully searched her memory before relating conversations or experiences. Robinson hopes this work will paint a clear picture of Roosevelt by one who was closest to him and one who knew his loyalty and tenderness of heart.
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Preface

Chapter I. The Nursery and Its Deities

Chapter II. Green Fields and Foreign Faring

Chapter III. The Dresden Literary American Club

Chapter IV. College Chums and New-Found Leadership

Chapter V. The Young Reformer

Chapter VI. The Elkhorn Ranch and Near-Roughing It in Yellowstone Park

Chapter VII. Two Recreant New York Policemen

Chapter VIII. Cowboy and Clubman

Chapter IX. The Rough Rider Storms the Capitol at Albany

Chapter X. How the Path Led to the White House

Chapter XI. Home Life in the White House

Chapter XII. Home Life in the White House (Continued)

Chapter XIII. Wall Street Hopes Every Lion Will Do Its Duty

Chapter XIV. The Great Denial

Chapter XV. Whisperings of War

Chapter XVI. “Do It Now”

Chapter XVII. War

Chapter XVIII. “The Quiet Quitting” 359Index

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