THEODORE ROOSEVELT - Memoirs of the 26th President of the United States - Boyhood and Youth Education Political Ideals Political Career (the New York Governorship and the Presidency) Military Career the Monroe Doctrine and Winning the Nobel Peace Prize
Publisher: Madison & Adams Press
This book is an autobiography written by Theodore Roosevelt, one of the most impressive figures of the entire American History. Statesman, historian, writer, explorer, soldier and naturalist, Roosevelt leads us through his life discovering at the same time his political ideals and his love of the frontier and the great outdoors.
Boyhood and Youth
The Vigor of Life
In Cowboy Land
The New York Police
The War of America the Unready
The New York Governorship
Outdoors and Indoors
The Presidency; Making an Old Party Progressive
The Natural Resources of the Nation
The Big Stick and the Square Deal
Social and Industrial Justice
The Monroe Doctrine and the Panama Canal
Available since: 07/24/2017.
Print length: 466 pages.