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Introduction

1. The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower, Nato and the Campaign of 1952:XIII, Baltimore, Md.: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1989, p. 859.
2. Thoughts on Government in a Letter from a Gentleman to his Friend by John Adams as quoted by Anne Husted Burleigh,John Adams, New Rochelle, New York: Arlington House, 1969, p. 164.
3. Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge, Hero Tales - How Common Lives Reveal the Uncommon Genius of America, Nashville, Tennessee: Cumberland House Publishing, Inc., 2000, p. 26-27.
4. David Herbert Donald, Lincoln, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1995, p. 15.
5. William James, Writings 1878-1899, New York: Viking Press, 1992. Hereafter cited as James.
6. Corinne Roosevelt Robinson, My Brother Theodore Roosevelt, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1921,36. Hereafter cited as Robinson.

1.Childhood

1. Carleton Putnam, Theodore Roosevelt - The Formative Years 1858-1886, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1958,22-23. Hereafter cited as Putnam.
2. Theodore Roosevelt, Diaries of Boyhood and Youth, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1919, 135-138
3. diaries, 61-62
4. diaries, 163
5. diaries, 60
6. diaries, 46
7. David McCullough, Mornings on Horseback, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1981, 110-111. Hereafter cited as McCullough.
8. McCullough, 112-113
9. Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography, New York: DeCapo Press, Inc. , 1913, 29-30. Hereafter cited as Autobiography.
10. Nathan Miller, Theodore Roosevelt: A Life, New York: William Morrow and Company, Inc., 1992,31. Hereafter cited as Miller.
11. McCullough, 28-29
12. Robinson, 6
13. Robinson, 137-139
14. Autobiography, 9
15. Robinson, 4
16. McCullough, 58-63
17. Betty Boyd Caroli, The Roosevelt Women, New York: Basic Books, 1998, 56-57. Hereafter cited as Caroli.
18. McCullough, 70-76
19. H. W. Brands, T.R. The Last Romantic, New York: Basic Books, A Subsidiary of Perseus Books, L.L.C., 1997, 49-50. Hereafter cited as Brands.
20. Miller, 62-64
21. Putnam, 123
22. E. Morris, 75
23. Putnam, 126-127

2. Youth

1. THINK FAST!, The ADD Experience, ed Thom Hartmann & Janie Bowman with Susan Burgess, Grass Valley, California: Underwood Books, 1996, 31-32.
2. McCullough, 198-201
3. McCullough, 160-161
4. Putnam, 140
5. McCullough, 206-208
6. Putnam, 138
7. Putnam, 185
8. Putnam, 158
9. Edmund Morris, The Rise of Theodore Roosevelt, New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, Inc., 1979, 87. Hereafter cited as E. Morris.
10. Brands, 63
11. McCullough, 214
12. Putnam, 138
13. McCullough, 204-206
14. Theodore Roosevelt, Letters from Theodore Roosevelt to Anna Roosevelt Cowles 1870-1918, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1924, 25. Hereafter referred to as Cowles.
15. McCullough, 204-206
16. Cowles, 13
17. Putnam, 149
18. Morris, 57
19. McCullough, 186-188
20. Putnam, 150-152
21. McCullough, 186-188
22. Putnam, 148-149
23. E. Morris, 97-98
24. E. Morris, 98-99
25. Putnam, 151
26. E. Morris, 96
27. Autobiography, 24
28. Miller, 99
29. Brands, 119
30. E. Morris, 122
31. Putnam, 185-186
32. McCullough, 220-223
33. E. Morris, 128-129
34. McCullough, 230
35. E. Morris, 136
36. Putnam, 219-230
37. Cowles, 49
38. Miller, 129


3. Legislature

1. Joseph Bucklin Bishop, The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt, Volume II, 4-5. 2 volumes. Hereafter referred to as Bishop, vol 1 or vol 2.
2. Miller, 111
3. Autobiography, 58
4. Autobiography, 58
5. Miller, 120
6. as quoted by E. Morris, 160
7. as quoted by Miller, 122-123
8. Putnam, 254-255
9. Miller, 127-128
10. Putnam, 252
11. Putnam, 279-280
12. as quoted by E. Morris, 169
13. Putnam, 279-280
14. as quoted by Brands, 141
15. as quoted by E. Morris, 255
16. Autobiography, 70-73
17. Miller, 124
18. Putnam, 306
19. Putnam, 260-261
20. Miller, 142-144
21. Autobiography, 81-83
22. McCullough, 261-263
23. McCullough, 264-265
24. Putnam, 273-274
25. McCullough, 266
26. Bishop, vol 1, 19
27. Miller, 140
28. E. Morris, 191
29. Autobiography, 86-87
30. Autobiography, 87
31. Autobiography, 91-92
32. Miller, 141
33. Putnam, 365
34. E. Morris, 196
35. E. Morris, 197
36. E. Morris. 189
37. E. Morris, 198-199
38. McCullough, 281
39. E. Morris, 199-205
40.
Lincoln A. Lang, Ranching with Roosevelt, Philadelphia & London: J.B. Lippincott Company, 1926, 46. Hereafter referred to as Lang.
41. Miller, 151
42. Lang, 113
43. Miller, 152
44. E. Morris, 223
45. Brands, 159
46. E. Morris, 232
47. E. Morris, 236
48. E. Morris, 231
49. McCullough, 277-280
50. Bishop, vol 1, 20
51. Bishop, vol 1, 18
52. Bishop, vol 1, 16
53. McCullough, 277-280
54. Autobiography, 84-86
55. McCullough, 282-285
56. Sylvia Jukes Morris, Edith Kermit Roosevelt Portrait of a First Lady, New York: Coward, McCann & Geoghegan, 1980, 75. Hereafter cited as Morris.
57. Putnam, 390
58. as quoted by Brands, 163-165
59. Putnam, 409
60. McCullough, 285-286
61. E. Morris, 248
62. Miller, 158-161
63. McCullough, 310-311
64. Nicholas Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt, The Man as I Knew Him, New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1967,40. Hereafter cited as NR.
65. NR, 40
66. Henry Cabot Lodge, Selections From the Correspondence of Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge 1884-1918, volume 1, 82-84. 2 volumes. Hereafter referred to as Lodge, vol 1 or vol 2.
67. E. Morris, 280

4. The Bad Lands

1. Theodore Roosevelt, Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail, Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 1983, 81. Hereafter cited as Ranch Life
2. Cowles, 59
3. Cowles, 62
4. Cowles, 68
5. Cowles, 57
6. Putnam, 484
7. Lang, 167
8. McCullough, 328
9. Autobiography, 94-95
10. E. Morris, 374
11. Cowles, 72
12. Lodge, vol 1, 77
13. E. Morris, 333
14. E. Morris, 285
15. Ranch Life, 115
16. Ranch Life, 115-128
17. Putnam, 562-567
18. Ranch Life, 115-128
19. Putnam, 567-569
20. Putnam, 569
21. Ranch Life, 22
22. E. Morris, 373
23. Miller, 187-189
24. Miller, 174-176
25. McCullough, 350
26. Putnam, 585
27. Lodge, vol 1, 47
28.
McCullough, 356-359
29. Robinson, 128
30. Cowles, 91-93
31. Brands, 215-217
32. E. Morris, 381
33 Lang, 63
34. Brands, 188-189
35. Miller, 195-196
36. E. Morris, 385
37. E. Morris, 384
38. Morris, 113
39. E. Morris. 387
40. Miller, 197-198
41. E. Morris, 390-391
42. Miller, 197-198
43. McCullough, 340-341
44. Cowles, 85
45. McCullough, 340-341
46. Autobiography, 100
47. Miller, 162-165
48. Lodge, vol 1, 77
49. Miller, 214


5. Civil Service

1. as quoted by Miller, 204-205
2. Miller, 204-205
3. Autobiography, 132-133
4. Autobiography, 137
5. Edward Wagenknecht, The Seven Worlds of Theodore Roosevelt, New York: Longmans, Green & Co., 1958, 197. Hereafter referred to as Wagenknecht.
6. E. Morris, 412
7. E. Morris, 417
8. Miller, 213
9. Bishop, vol 1, 51
10. E. Morris, 457
11. Brands, 256-257
12. Brands, 262-264
13. Morris, 146-148
14. E. Morris, 471
15. Miller, 226-227
16. as quoted by E. Morris, 475
17. Brands, 265-268
18. Cowles, 149-151

6. Police Commissioner

1. Autobiography, 175-176
2. Justin Kaplan, Lincoln Steffans a Biography, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1974, 76-77. Hereafter referred to as Kaplan.
3. Miller, 228-229
4. as quoted by E. Morris, 490
5. Cowles, 156
6. as quoted by E. Morris, 489
7. Cowles, 158
8. E. Morris, 496
9. E. Morris, 487
10. Jacob Riis, How the Other Half Lives, New York: Garrett Press, 1970, reprint of the 1890 ed., 40-188. Hereafter cited as Riis.
11. Autobiography, 172
12. Kaplan, 70
13. E. Morris, 491
14. E. Morris, 491-492
15. Miller, 232
16. Robinson, 158
17. Cowles, 159
18. E. Morris, 497
19. Lodge, vol 1, 194
20. E. Morris, 527
21. Lodge, vol 1, 182
22. Cowles, 171
23. Cowles, 205
24. Cowles, 163
25. Cowles, 167
26. Bishop, vol 1, 68
27. Lodge, vol 1, 183
28. Lodge, vol 1, 169
29. Lodge, vol 1, 179
30. Miller, 230-231
31. Autobiography, 180-182
32. Autobiography, 207
33. Autobiography, 208
34. Cowles, 163
35. Autobiography, 229-230
36. E. Morris, 544-545
37. E. Morris, 550-553
38. Lodge, vol 1, 237
39. Lodge, vol 1, 215
40. E. Morris, 540-544
41. E. Morris, 554
42. Cowles, 207
43. Lodge, vol 1, 258

9. Assistant Secretary of the Navy

1.
Nathan Miller, FDR - An Intimate History, New York: Doubleday & Company, Inc. ,1983, 28. Hereafter cited as Miller FDR.
2. E. Morris, 579
3. Lodge, vol 1, 274-275
4. Miller, 250-254
5. as quoted by E. Morris, 569-570
6. Dale L. Walker, The Boys of ‘98, Theodore Roosevelt and the Rough Riders, New York: Tom Doherty Associates, Inc., 1998, 25-27. Hereafter referred to as Walker.
7. Walker, 33
8. as quoted by Walker, 36-37
9. Walker , 33-37
10. Autobiography, 214
11. Morris, 168
12. E. Morris, 581
13. as quoted by Miller, 257-260
14. as quoted by Miller, 257-260
15. Lodge, vol 1, 276-277
16. Miller, 257-260
17. Theodore Roosevelt, ed additional text - Richard Bak, The Rough Riders, Dallas Texas: Taylor Publishing, 1997,11-12. Hereafter referred to as Bak.
18. Paul Andrew Hutton, American History, August 1998, Vol XXXIII No. 3, T.R. takes CHARGE, 32. Hereafter referred to as American History.
19. Miller, 261-268
20. Walker, 35
21. Lodge, vol 1, 285
22. American History,33
23. E. Morris, 607
24. American History, 32
25. American History , 34
26. Bak, 41
27. American History, 34
28. Walker, 61
29. Robinson, 162
30. Bishop, vol 1, 102-103

8. The Rough Riders

1. Morris, 173
2. Walker, 110
3. Walker, 127
4. American History, 35
5. Walker, 98
6. American History, 35
7. Walker, 98-99
8. Bak, 120
9. American History, 35
10. Walker, 125
11. Bak, 64
12. Cowles, 216
13. Autobiography, 232-234
14. Walker, 92
15. Bak, 47-49
16. Bak, 58-59
17. Bak, 59
18. Bak, 81
19. Bak, 60-61
20. Cowles, 222
21. Bak, 49
22. E. Morris, 621
23. Theodore Roosevelt, Selected Works of Theodore Roosevelt, Vol. VI, “History as Literature, IX. The Search for Truth in a Reverent Spirit,” 1913, New York: New Bartleby Library, 1998. On LIne Ed: Feb 1998, Bartleby.com, Steven H. van Leeuwen. Originally New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1913. Hereafter referred to as hist.
24. hist, paragraph 14
25. William James, The Varieties of Religious Experience A Study in Human Nature, New York: Random House, Inc., 1902, 55. Hereafter referred to as Varieties.
26. Varieties, 507
27. Varieties, 226
28. Varieities, 72
29. Varieties, 236
30. Walker, 128-129
31. Bak, 77
32. Walker, 133
33. E. Morris, 636
34. Walker, 72
35. Walker, 158
36. E. Morris, 635-636
37. Walker, 161
38. Bak, 91
39. E. Morris, 638
40. Walker, 154
41. Walker, 168
42. as quoted by Walker, 172
43. E. Morris, 642
44. Walker, 174
45. Bak, 112
46. as quoted by Walker, 185
47. Miller, 293-297
48. as quoted by E. Morris, 643-644
49. Bak, 112
50. American History, 37
51. Bak, 123
52. Bak, 127-128
53. Brands, 351
54. E. Morris, 649
55. American History, 37
56. Walker, 209
57. Bak, 133
58. Bak, 138-139
59. Bak, 143
60. E. Morris, 644
61. Bak, 145-146
62. Morris, 181
63. E. Morris, 656
64. Morris, 177
65. Brands, 156
66. Miller FDR, 32
67. American History, 65
68. Walker, 243
69. Walker, 250
70. Walker, 251
71. Morris, 183-184
72. Walker, 247-248
73. as quoted by Walker, 252-254
74. Bak, 189
75. Autobiography, 250-252
76. Walker, 262
77. Lodge, vol 1, 332
78. Walker, 270
79. Robinson, 177
80. Brands, 373-376
81. E. Morris, 663
82. Bak, 204
83. Morris, 183-184
84. Walker, 269
85. E. Morris, 674
86. Robinson, 180
87. Bishop, vol 1, 106


9. Governorship

1.
Hermann Hagedorn, The Roosevelt Family of Sagamore Hill, New York: The MacMillan Company, 1964, 61. Hereafter cited as Hagedorn.
2. as quoted by E. Morris, 670
3. Mark Sullivan, Our Times 1900-1925 - Volume I - The Turn of the Century, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1926. , 77. Hereafter referred to as Sullivan, vol 1.
4. Bishop, vol 1, 114
5. E. Morris, 666
6. Autobiography, 281
7. E. Morris, 680
8. Autobiography, 282
9. Miller, 313-321
10. Bishop, vol 1, 112
11. Bishop, vol 1, 113
12. Morris, 189
13.
Bishop, vol 1, 119
14. as quoted by E. Morris, 686
15. Autobiography, 291-300
16. Bishop, vol 1, 117
17. E. Morris, 692
18. Morris, 195
19. E. Morris, 693
20. as quoted by E. Morris, 693
21. E. Morris, 699
22. Lodge, vol 1, 420
23. E. Morris, 733
24. E. Morris, 699
25. Elting E. Morison ed. The Letters of Theodore Roosevelt, Volume 8, 8 volumes, Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1951-54, 1428. Hereafter cited as Morison letters, vol.
26. Miller, 331
27. Miller, 329-331
28. Miller, 329-331
29. E. Morris, 705
30. E. Morris, 709

10. Vice Presidency

1. Autobiography, 292
2. Bishop, vol 1, 134-137
3. Cowles, 234
4. E. Morris, 707
5. Cowles, 240
6. Cowles, 232-233
7. Kaplan, 98
8. E. Morris, 717
9. Lodge, vol 1, 443
10. Lodge, vol 1, 447
11. Miller, 333-339
12. Lodge, vol 1, 459
13. Lodge, vol 1, 460-462
14. E. Morris, 719
15. Autobiography, 318
16. Sullivan, vol 1, 88
17. as quoted by Mark Sullivan, Our Times 1900-1925 - Volume II - America Finding Herself, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1927, 379. Hereafter cited as Sullivan, vol 2.
18. E. Morris, 725
19. Robinson, 196
20. Hagedorn, 87
21. Cowles, 245-246
22. Bishop, vol 1, 139-141
23. E. Morris, 731
24. E. Morris, 732
25. Hagedorn, 100
26. Bishop, vol 1, 147
27. Lodge, vol 1, 497-499
28. Miller, 345-347
29. Hagedorn, 89
30. Lodge, vol 1, 499
31. Sullivan, vol 2, 380

11. The Presidency

1. Hagedorn, 208-209
2. Hagedorn, 31
3. Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams, An Autobiography, Houghton Mifflin Company, Boston and New York, 1918, 464. Hereafter cited as Adams.
4. William H. Harbaugh, Power and Responsibility, The Life and Times of Theodore Roosevelt, Newton, CT: American Political Biography Press, 1975, 153.
Hereafter cited as Harbaugh.
5. Harbaugh, 153
6. Robinson, 215-216
7. Bishop, vol 1, 421
8. Bishop, vol 2, 270-272
9. Bishop, vol 2, 286-287
10. Autobiography, 367
11. Wagenknecht, 98
12. Autobiography, 368
13. Autobiography, 370-371
14. Harbaugh, 210
15. Morison letters, 1114, vol 8
16. Bishop, vol 1, 419

12. Domestic Policy

1. Harbaugh, 206-207 - check
2. Harbaugh, 155
3. Autobiography, 442
4. Kaplan, 107-108
5. Harbaugh, 149-151
6. Harbaugh, 160-161
7. Autobiography, 444
8. Harbaugh, 164
9. Sullivan, vol 2, 465
10. Lodge, vol 1, 531
11. Harbaugh, 168-170
12. Autobiography, 480
13. Lodge, vol 1, 533
14. Cowles, 253
15. Harbaugh, 171-173
16. Harbaugh, 176
17. Harbaugh, 175
18. Autobiography, 491
19. Autobiography, 493-494
20. Autobiography, 437
21. Autobiography, 478
22. Autobiography, 476
23. Autobiography, 478
24. Harbaugh, 221
25. Harbaugh, 218
26. Autobiography, 506
27. Harbaugh, 232-233
28. as quoted by Kaplan, 149
29. Kaplan,. 152
30. Mark Sullivan, Our Times 1900-1925 - Volume III - Pre-War America, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1930, 87. Hereafter referred to as Sullivan, vol 3.
31. Morison letters, vol 5, 45
32. Kaplan 145
33. Sullivan, vol 2, 478
34. Kaplan, 147
35. Harbaugh, 249
36. Miller, 461-462
37. Kaplan, 147
38. Sullivan, vol 3,173-187
39. Morison letters, vol 5, 527
40. Harbaugh, 246
41. Lodge, vol 1, 496
42. Harbaugh, 212
43. Bishop, vol 1, 166-167
44. as quoted by Sullivan, vol 3, 134-138
45. Wagenknecht, 232
46. Lodge, vol 1, 508
47. Lang, 21-22
48. Autobiography, 408-411
49. Harbaugh, 305
50. Harbaugh, 306-308
51. Autobiography, 381
52. Harbaugh, 315-317
53. Harbaugh, 315-316
54. Autobiography, 415-417
55. as quoted by Harbaugh, 311
56. as quoted by Miller, 470-472
57. Autobiography, 419
58. NR, 132
59. as quoted by Harbaugh, 311
60. Harbaugh, 318-319
61. Miller, 470-472
62. Autobiography, 423-426
63. as quoted by Harbaugh, 317-318
64. autobiography, 420-421
65. as quoted by Harbaugh, 317-318
66. Harbaugh, 314
67. Autobiography, 435
68. Miller, 470-472
69. as quoted by Harbaugh, 319
70. Lodge, vol 2, 105
71. Letters, 107-108
72. Hagedorn, 212-213
73. Cowles, 261
74. as quoted by Joseph L. Gardner, Departing Glory - Theodore Roosevelt as Ex-President, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1973, 63.
75. Lodge, vol 2, 106
76. Miller, 435-436
77. Lodge,vol 2, 114-115
78. Inaugural Addresses of the Presidents of the United States, 1989. Theodore Roosevelt: Inaugural Address. www.columbia.edu/acis/bartleby/inaugural/pres42.html
79. Harbaugh, 224
80. Hagedorn, 275
81. Harbaugh, 330
82. Autobiography, 402-405
83. Hagedorn, 278
84. Lodge, vol 2, 63
85. Lodge, vol 2, 114
86. Bishop, vol 1, 369
87. as quoted by Harbaugh, 272
88. Bishop, vol 1, 369-370
89. Lodge, vol 2, 164
90. Lodge, vol 2, 165
91. NR, 42
13. Foreign Policy

1. Wagenknect, 261
2. Autobiography, 516
3. Harbaugh, 267
4. Theodore Roosevelt, Theodore Roosevelt’s Letters to His Children, Joseph Bucklin Bishop ed., New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1919, 133. Hereafter cited as letters.
5. Autobiography, 555-557
6. Bishop, 223
7. as quoted by Harbaugh, 268
8. as quoted by Gardner, 74-75
9. as quoted by Wagenknecht, 268
10. Lodge, vol 2, 152
11. Wagenknecht, 240
12. Bishop, vol 1, 421
13. Miller, 444-448
14. Bishop, vol 2, 413
15. Bishop, vol 2, 414-15
16. Harbaugh, 278
17. Miller, 449-451
18. Harbaugh, 278
19. Morison letters, vol 5, 236
20. Lodge, vol 2, 138
21. Lodge, vol 2, 170
22. Autobiography, 398-99
23. Morison letters, vol 5, 345
24. Autobiography,548-553
25. Autobiography, 519
26. Autobiography, 519-521
27. Miller, 395-396
28. Autobiography, 522-523
29. as quoted by Harbaugh, 189
30. David McCullough, The Path Between the Seas, The Creation of the Panama Canal 1870-1914, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1977, 254-277. Hereafter referred to as McCullough Path.
31. McCullough Path, 334-360
32. Autobiography, 536, 537
33. Harbaugh, 202-203
34. Autobiography, 537-538
35. Harbaugh, 205
36. McCullough, Path, 384
37. Miller, 399-406
38. Autobiography, 542
39. letters, 174
40. McCullough Path, 492
41. McCullough Path, 493
42. McCullough Path, 494
43. McCullough Path, 493
44. Morison letters, vol 5, 496-498
45. Morris, 313
46. Autobiography, 341
47. Harbaugh, 286
48. Autobiography, 394
49. Harbaugh, 286
50. Bishop, vol 2, 64-65
51. Harbaugh, 286
52. Autobiography, 395
53. Bishop, vol 2, 64-65
54. Bishop, vol 2, 67-68
55. Bishop, vol 2, 280-287

14. Family

1. Autobiography, 328
2. NR, 17
3. NR, 12-13
4. as quoted by Wagenknecht, 9
5. Autobiography, 348
6. NR, 53-54
7. NR, 55
8. Wagenknecht, 44
9. Wagenknecht, 64
10. as quoted by Wagenknecht, 68-69
11. as quoted by Wagenknecht, 74
12. Autobiography, 350
13. Robinson, 281
14. Cowles, 125
15. Wagenknecht, 167
16. Lodge, vol 1, 174
17. Betty Boyd Caroli, The Roosevelt Women, New York: Basic Books, 1998, 200. Hereafter cited as Caroli.
18. Earle Looker, The White House Gang, New York: Amereon House, 1929, 38. Hereafter referred to as Looker.
19. as quoted by Wagenknecht, 171
20. Hagedorn, 145
21. Hagedorn,37
22. Hagedorn, 43
23. Edward J. Renehan, Jr. The Lion’s Pride, Theodore Roosevelt and His Family in Peace and War, New York: Oxford University Press, 1998, 66-67. Hereafter cited as Renehan.
24. Renehan, 276
25. Renehan, 238
26. Caroli, 368
27. Looker, 232
28. Looker, 21
29. Looker, 38
30. Looker, 38
31. Wagenknecht, 174
32. Looker, 17
33. Looker ,22
34. letters, 160-161
35. letters, 199-200
36. Lodge, vol 2, 8
37. letters, 230
38. Hagedorn, 146
39. Caroli, 345
40. letters, 152-153
41. Hagedorn, 69
42. Hagedorn, 267
43. Caroli, 342
44. Caroli, 193
45. Lodge, vol 2, 53
46. NR, 11
47. NR, 15
48. Robinson, 210
49. letters, 5
50. letters, 50
51. Wagenknecht, 73
52. NR, 15
53. Autobiography, 360
54. Hagedorn, 173
55. Caroli, 198
56. Autobiography, 46-47
57. Cowles, 260
58. Autobiography, 43
59. Autobiography, 41-51
60. letters, 70
61. Miller, 416-419
62. Lodge, vol 2, 297-299
63. letters, 132
64. letters, 131
65. Wagenknecht, 5-6
66. Miller, 454-455
67. Morris, 294
68. Bishop, vol 2, 113
69. Autobiography, 330
70. Bishop, vol 2, 76
71. Autobiography, 335
72. letters, 196
73. letters, 34
74. letters, 118-119
75. Wagenknecht, 38
76. Robinson, 232
77. letters, 48
78. Lodge, vol2, 120-126
79. Bishop, vol 2, 74-75
80. Wagenknecht, 17
81. Ward, 315
82. Blanche Wiesen Cook, Eleanor Roosevelt Volume I: 1884-1933, Penguin Books USA. Inc., 1992,162-167. Hereafter cited as Cook.

15. World Citizen

1. Lodge, vol 2, 295
2. Lodge, vol 2, 303
3. Harbaugh, 347
4. Morison letters, vol 8, 1445
5. Morison letters, vol 7, 2
6. Morison letters, vol 6, 1388
7. Gardner, 112
8. Lodge, vol 2, 301
9. Gardiner, 118-119
10. Cowles, 283
11. Gardner, 123
12. Theodore Roosevelt, African Game Trails - An Account of the African Wanderings of an American Hunter-naturalist, ed. Peter Capstick, New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1988, ix. Hereafter cited as African Game Trails.
13. African Game Trails, 427-428
14. African Game Trails, 349
15. African Game Trails, 150-151
16. African Game Trails, 222
17. African Game Trails, 93
18. African Game Trails, 63
19. African Game Trails, 479
20. African Game Trails, 105
21. African Game Trails, 393-394
22. African Game Trails, 283-284
23. African Game Trails, 419-420
24. African Game Trails, 85
25. Gardner, 135
26. Lodge, vol 2, 360
27. Lodge, vol 2, 361
28. Gardner, 150
29. Gardner, 162
30. Lodge, vol 2, 378
31. Roosevelt, Theodore, Selected Works of Theodore Roosevelt, Vol. VI; “History as Literature: IV, Citizenship in a Republic,” 1913, New York: New Bartleby Library, 1998. On line ed: February 1998, Bartleby.com, Steven H. van Leeuwen. Delivered at the Sorbonne, Paris, April 23, 1910.
32. Lodge, vol 2, 384
33. Lodge, vol 2, 384
34. as quoted by Morris, 358
35. Morris, 357
36. Miller, 504-511
37. Wagenknecht, 40
38. Morris, 360
39. Wagenknecht, 286
40. Gardner, 139-142
41. Morris, 361
42. Morris, 364
43. Lodge, vol 2, 386
44. Gardner, 186-187
45. Cowles, 291
46. Lodge, vol 2, 393
47. Hagedorn, 294
48. Morris, 365
49. Gardner, 173
50. Kaplan, 173
51. Miller, 500-504


16. The Bull Moose Party

1.
Lodge, vol 2, 417
2. Bishop, vol 2, 314-315
3. Morris, 377
4. Gardner, 214
5. Bishop, vol 2, 319-320
6. Miller, 522-526
7. NR, 84
8. Cook, 196
9. Robinson, 268-269
10. NR, 79-80
11. Miller, 527-529
12. Bishop, vol 2, 335
13. Gardner, 262
14. Bishop, vol 2, 336
15. Bishop, vol 2, 442
16. Gardner, 265
17. Gardner, 279
18. Morris, 377-378
19. Gardner, 268-269
20. NR, 99
21. Morris, 386
22. Gardner, 274
23. Gardner, 274
24. Wagenknecht, 151
25. Morris, 387
26. Gardner, 276
27. Hagedorn, 320
28. Lodge, vol 2, 426
29. Miller, 531
30. Bishop,vol 2, 357-358
31. Morison letters, vol 8, 835-839
32. Morison letters, vol 8, 1024
33. Morison letters, vol 8, 1024
34. Morison letters, vol 8, 831-832, 838

17. The River of Doubt

1. Theodore Roosevelt, Through the Brazilian Wilderness, Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole books, 1994. Originally New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 7-8. Hereafter cited as Brazilian Wilderness.
2. Brazilian Wilderness, 100-101
3. Brazilian Wilderness, 104
4. Brazilian Wilderness, 111
5. Brazilian Wilderness, 137
6. Brazilian Wilderness, 139
7. Brazilian Wilderness,172
8. Brazilian Wilderness,206
9. Brazilian Wilderness,249
10. Brazilian Wilderness,262
11. Brazilian Wilderness, 268
12. Brazilian Wilderness,268-269
13. Brazilian Wilderness,275
14. Brazilian Wilderness,275
15. Brazilian Wilderness,285-286
16. Brazilian Wilderness,298
17. Morison letters, vol 8, 904
18. Brazilian Wilderness,312
19. Wagenknecht, 193
20. Brazilian Wilderness,xiii-xiv
21. Brazilian Wilderness,324
22. Gardner, 310
23. Brazilian Wilderness, 74-75
24. Brazilian Wilderness,93-94

18. World War I

1.
Robinson, 287
2. Cowles, 296
3. NR,157-158
4. NR, 159
5. NR, 161
6. Morison letters, vol 8, 1038
7. Morison letters, vol 8, 1278
8. Morison letters, vol 8, 833
9. Morison letters, vol 8, 857
10. Morison letters, vol 8, 821
11. Morison letters, vol 8, 1040
12. Morison letters, vol 8, 1041
13. NR, 174
14. Cowles, 303
15. NR, 8
16. Miller, 542-543
17. Lodge, vol 2, 463
18. NR, 109
19. Morison letters, vol 8, 903
20. Morison letters, vol 8, 830
21. Morison letters, vol 8, 943
22. Morison letters, vol 8, 921-922
23. NR, 109
24. NR, 170-171
25. Morison letters, vol 8, 868
26. Morison letters, vol 5, 529
27. Morison letters, vol 8, 1403
28. Morison letters, vol 8, 1040
29. Morison letters, vol 8, 1144
30. Morison letters, vol 8, 922
31. Miller, 545-555
32. Bishop, vol 2, 436
33. Miller FDR, 137
34. Gardner, 365-366
35. Gardner, 370
36. Lodge, vol 2, 507
37. Gardner, 367
38. Miller, 347
39. Robinson, 328-329
40. Gardner, 372-373
41. Gardner, 372-373
42. Lodge, vol 2, 430
43. Hagedorn, 420
44. Wagenknecht, 284-285
45. Morrison letters, vol 8, 1286
46. Morison letters, vol 8, 1337
47. Gardner, 384
48. Gardner, 387
49. Bishop, vol 2, 451
50. Morris, 423
51. Morris, 427-429
52. Robinson, 346
53. Bishop, vol 2, 458
54. M. Scott Peck, MD, The Road Less Traveled and beyond, Spiritual Growth in an Age of Anxiety, New York: Simon & Schuster, 1997, 116-118.
55. Caroli, 345
56. Morison letters, vol 8, 849
57. Morison letters, vol 8, 942
58. Morison letters, vol 8, 1015
59. Morison letters, vol 8, 1246-1247
60. Morison letters, vol 8, 1205-1206
61. Morison letters, vol 8, 1206
62. Caroli, 354
63. Morison letters, vol 8, 1343
64. Morison letters, vol 8, 1231
65. Morison letters, vol 8, 1291
66. Morison letters, vol 8, 1275
67. Morison letters, vol 8, 1356-1358
68. Morris, 427-429
69. Robinson, 362

19. Death

1. Bishop, vol 2, 475
2. Robinson, 365
3. Gardner, 399

20. Epilogue

1. Cook, 350-351


21. Afterword

1. Proceedings of the Society for Psychical Research, Volume V, Part XIV p. 522 , Trubner & Co., 1889: F.W.H. Myers,The Daemon of Socrates. (As quoted by Vita Sackville-West.)
2. Vita Sackville-West, St. Joan of Arc, New York: Image Books, Doubleday, 1991.330-336
3. Wagenknecht, 152
4. The Rev. C.C. Martindale, S.J., What are Saints? 152-153, as quoted by Vita Sackville-West.
5. NR, 60
6. James, 879-880
7. James, 873-875
8. Viktor E. Frankl, Mans’s Search for Meaning, New York: Washington Square Press Publications, Pocket Books, a division of Simon & Schuster, Inc., 1959, 1964, 1984, 179.