|←Author Index: Ro||Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt
William McKinley; succeeded by William Taft. 25th Vice President (1901), with McKinely, succeeding Garret Hobart; succeeded by Fairbanks. 33rd Governor of New York (1899 - 1900), Assistant Secretary of the Navy (1897 - 1898). Army Colonel (1898). Fifth-cousin of 32nd United States President Franklin Delano Roosevelt.
26th and youngest President of the United States (1901 – 1909), with Charles W. Fairbanks (1905 - 1909), succeeding |
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- Gouverneur Morris, (1888) (book scan)
- The Winning of the West, (1889) (book scan)
- The Rough Riders, (1899) (book scan)
- The Strenuous Life, (1905 [Reprint])
- The Strenuous Life, Speech before The Hamilton Club, Chicago, 10 April 1899.
- Expansion and Peace, Published in the Independent, 21 December 1899.
- Latitude and Longitude Among Reformers, Published in The Century, June 1900.
- Fellow-Feeling as Political Factor, Published in The Century, January 1900.
- Civic Helpfulness, Published in The Century, October 1900.
- Character & Success, Published in The Outlook, 31 March 1900.
- The Eighth and Ninth Commandments in Politics, Published in The Outlook, 12 May 1900.
- The Best and the Good, Published in the Churchman, 17 March, 1900.
- Promise and Performance, Published in The Outlook, 28 July 1900.
- The American Boy, Published in St. Nicholas, May 1900.
- Military Preparedness and Unpreparedness, Published in The Century, November 1899.
- Admiral Dewey, Published in McClure's Magazine, October 1899.
- Grant, Speech delivered at Galena, Illinois, 27 April 1900.
- The Two Americas, Speech at the formal opening of the Pan-American Exposition, Buffalo, 20 May, 1901.
- Manhood and Statehood, Address at the quarter-centennial celebration of Colorado statehood, Colorado Springs, 2 August 1901.
- Brotherhood and the Heroic Virtues, Address at the Veterans' Reunion, Burlington, Vermont, 5 September, 1901.
- National Duties, Address at the Minnesota State Fair, 2 September 1901.
- The Labor Question, At the Chicago Labor Day Picnic, 3 September 1900.
- Christian Citizenship, Address before the Young Men's Christian Association, Carnegie Hall, New York, 30 December 1900.
- History as Literature, (1913)
- Theodore Roosevelt: an autobiography (1913) (book scan)
- Through the Brazilian Wilderness (1914)
State of the Union addresses
- First State of the Union address, (1901)
- Second State of the Union address, (1902)
- Third State of the Union address, (1903)
- Fourth State of the Union address, (1904)
- Fifth State of the Union address, (1905)
- Sixth State of the Union address, (1906)
- Seventh State of the Union address, (1907)
- Eighth State of the Union address, (1908)
Articles and speeches
- The Duties of American Citizenship, (1883)
- Professionalism in Sports, (1890)
- Resignation letter (17 April 1897)
- Col. Roosevelt's Reports (1898)
- The Naval War of 1812, (1900)
- Proclamation 503, Reserving Lands in Porto Rico for Public Uses, (30 June 1903)
- Strength & Decency, address at the quarterly meeting of the Society of the Holy Name of Brooklyn and Long Island, Oyster Bay, New York, 16 August 1903.
- Roosevelt Corollary (1904)
- The Square Deal, an address delivered at a banquet in Dallas, Texas, 5 April, 1905.
- Nobel Peace Prize acceptance speech (1906)
- The Man with the Muck Rake, (1906)
- Sons of the Puritans, (1907)
- African Game Trails, (1910)
- International Peace, (1910)
- The New Nationalism, (1910)
- Duty & Self-Control, Speech at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, 15 April 1911.
- The Right of the People to Rule, address at Carnegie Hall, New York, 20 March 1912; also published in The Outlook, 23 March 1912.
- I have just been shot, (14 October 1912)
- "Address to the Boys Progressive League", (3 July 1913) (audio of speech on Commons)
- From the Foreword (Roosevelt) of For France by Charles Hanson Towne, (May 1917)
Works about Roosevelt
- Opposition to Roosevelt for the Governorship of New York by Carl Schurz, letter to the New York Evening Post (October 21, 1898)
- “Carl Schurz on Roosevelt,” The New York Times, October 23, 1898
- Isa Carrington Cabell, “Roosevelt, Nicholas I.,” Appletons' Cyclopædia of American Biography. New York: D. Appleton and Co., 1900.
- William Allen White, “Theodore Roosevelt,” McClure's Magazine, Volume 18 (November 1901), pp. 40-47.
- Letter to the Parker Independent Clubs by Carl Schurz, 1904.
- “Roosevelt, Theodore,” The New International Encyclopædia. New York: Dodd, Mead and Co., 1905.
- “Roosevelt, Theodore” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911.
- “Theodore Roosevelt” by Owen Wister, in The Presidents of the United States, 1789-1914 (1914)
- “Roosevelt, Theodore,” The New Student's Reference Work, Chicago: F.E. Compton and Co., 1914.
- Leonard Wood, “Theodore Roosevelt,” 1920
- “Roosevelt, Theodore” by Charles J. Bonaparte in The Encyclopedia Americana. New York, 1920.
- “Roosevelt, Theodore (elder),” Collier's New Encyclopedia. New York: P.F. Collier & Son Co., 1921.
- “Roosevelt, Theodore,” Encyclopædia Britannica (12th ed.), 1922.
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