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Books by Theodore Roosevelt

COMPILED FROM THE CATALOGUE OF THE CONGRESSIONAL LIBRARYIn each case the date given is of the first published edition. For complete editions see at the end of this bibliography.

HUNTING TRIPS OF A RANCHMAN. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York. 1 Vol. 1886

LIFE OF THOMAS HART BENTON. (Vol. 14 of American Statesmen Series.) Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston. Cloth 1887

LIFE OF GOUVERNEUR MORRIS. (American Statesmen Series.) Houghton, Mifflin & Co., Boston 1888

RANCH LIFE AND HUNTING TRAIL. The Century Co., New York 1888

ESSAYS ON PRACTICAL POLITICS. (Questions of the Day Series.) G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York. (Reprinted in “American Ideals.”) 1888

NEW YORK CITY: A HISTORY. Longmans, Green & Co., New York 1891 (With postscript to date.) 1895

AMERICAN BIG-GAME HUNTING. (Book of the Boone and Crockett Club.) Forest and Stream Publishing Company, New York 1893

LIBER SCRIPTORUM. A shot at a bull-elk; Roosevelt; PP. 484–487 1893

THE WILDERNESS HUNTER. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York 1893

HERO TALES FROM AMERICAN HISTORY. H. C. Lodge and Theodore Roosevelt. The Century Co., New York 1895

HUNTING IN MANY LANDS. (The book of the Boone and Stream Publishing Company, New York 1895

WINNING OF THE WEST. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York. 4 Vols. 1896

AMERICAN IDEALS, AND OTHER ESSAYS. G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York 1897

Biographical Sketch, by Gen. F. V. Greene.

American Ideals. Forum 1895

True Americanism. Forum 1894

The Manly Virtues and Practical Politics. Forum 1894

The College Graduate and Public Life. Atlantic 1894

Phases of State Legislation. Century 1885

Machine Politics in New York City. Century 1886

The Vice-Presidency and the Campaign of ’96. Review of Reviews 1896

Six Years of Civil Service Reform. Scribner’s 1895

Administering the New York Police Force. Atlantic Monthly 1897

How Not to Help Our Poorer Brother. Review of Reviews 1897

The Monroe Doctrine. Bachelor of Arts 1896

Washington’s Forgotten Maxim. Address, Naval War College, June 1897

National Life and Character. Sewance Review 1894

Social Evolution. North American Review 1895

The Law of Civilization and Decay. Forum 1897

TRAIL AND CAMP-FIRE. (The book of the Boone and Crockett Club.) Forest and Stream Publishing Company, New York 1897

HISTORY OF THE ROYAL NAVY OF ENGLAND. (6 vols.) From the earliest times to the present day. By W. L. Clowes, assisted by Sir C. Markham, Captain A. T. Mahan, H. W. Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, L. C. Langton and others. (Mr. Roosevelt wrote part of the sixth volume on the War of 1812.) Little, Brown & Co., Boston 1898

BIG GAME HUNTING IN THE ROCKIES AND ON THE GREAT PLAINS. (Including “Hunting Trips of a Ranchman” and “The Wilderness Hunter.”) G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York 1899

ROUGH RIDERS. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York 1899

EPISODES FROM THE “WINNING OF THE WEST.” (The Knickerbocker Literature Series.) G. P. Putnam’s Sons, New York 1900



The Strenuous Life. Speech. Hamilton Club, Chicago, April 10 1899

Expansion and Peace. Independent, Dec. 21 1899

Latitude and Longitude of Reform. Century, June 1900

Fellow Feeling a Political Factor. Century, Jan 1900

Civic Helpfulness. Century, Oct. 1900

Character and Success. Outlook, March 31 1900

Eighth and Ninth Commandments in Politics. Outlook, May 12 1900

The Best and the Good. Churchman, March 17 1900

Promise and Performance. Outlook, July 28 1900

The American Boy. St. Nicholas, May 1900

Military Preparedness and Unpreparedness. Century, Nov 1899

Admiral Dewey. McClure’s, Oct. 1899

Grant. Speech at Galena, Ill., April 27 1900

The Two Americas. Buffalo, N. Y., May 20 1901

Manhood and Statehood. Colorado Springs, August 2 1901

Brotherhood and the Heroic Virtues. Vermont, Sept. 5 1901

National Duties. Minnesota, Sept. 2 1901

Christian Citizenship. New York Y. M. C. A., Dec. 30 1900

Labor Question. Chicago, Sept. 3 1900

(Character and Success is issued by the Philadelphia Institution for the Blind in raised letters.)
CAMERA SHOTS AT BIG GAME. By Allen Grant Wallihan; introduction by Theodore Roosevelt. Doubleday, Page & Co., New York 1901

OLIVER CROMWELL. Charles Scribner’s Sons, New York. (Also in French.) 1901

LA VIE INTENSE, &c. (19 essays.) E. Flammarion, Paris 1902

THE DEER FAMILY. By T. Roosevelt, T. S. Van Dyke, D. G. Elliot and A. J. Stone. (The Deer and Antelope of North America, by Mr. Roosevelt.) Macmillan & Co., New York 1902

THE PHILIPPINES: THE FIRST CIVIL GOVERNOR. By Theodore Roosevelt. CIVIL GOVERNMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES. By William H. Taft. The Outlook Company, New York 1902

MAXIMS OF THEODORE ROOSEVELT. The Madison Book Co., Chicago 1903

THE WOMAN WHO TOILS. By Mrs. Van Vorst and Marie Van Vorst. (Experience of two ladies as factory girls.) Introduction by Theodore Roosevelt, in which occurs the famous Race Suicide phrase. Doubleday, Page & Co., New York 1903

KNICKERBOCKER PRESS EDITION. G. P. PUTNAM’S SONS, New York. 14 Volumes. American Ideals; Administration—Civil Service; The Wilderness Hunter; Hunting the Grizzly; Hunting Trips on a Ranchman; Hunting Trips on the Prairies; and in the Mountains. Winning of the West (6 Vols.). Naval War of 1812 (2 Vols.) 1903

SAGAMORE EDITION. G. P. PUTNAM’S SONS. 15 Volumes. (Same as Knickerbocker Edition, but including “The Rough Riders.”) 1900

STANDARD LIBRARY EDITION. G. P. PUTNAM’S SONS. (Same volumes as Sagamore Edition.) 1900

UNIFORM EDITION. GEBBIE & CO., Philadelphia. 20 Volumes. 1902 and 1903
(Same as Knickerbocker Press Edition, but including besides: Rough Riders, 2 vols.; New York: A History; Life of Thomas Benton; Life of Gouverneur Morris; Hero Tales from American History.)