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No man was allowed to drop out to help the wounded.
Theodore
Roosevelt
The Rough Riders
 
Theodore Roosevelt
 
An immediate bestseller upon its release in 1899, The Rough Riders is Roosevelt’s personal writings on his adventures in the Spanish-American War. A truly American crew of cowboys, scholars, land speculators, Native Americans and African Americans, the Rough Riders’ triumphs and defeats are chronicled with riveting and engrossing detail.
 
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Bibliographic Record  Illustrations  Epigram by Bret Harte
ON BEHALF OF THE ROUGH RIDERS I DEDICATE THIS BOOK TO THE OFFICERS AND MEN OF THE FIVE REGULAR REGIMENTS WHICH TOGETHER WITH MINE MADE UP THE CAVALRY DIVISION AT SANTIAGO
 
NEW YORK: CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS, 1899
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 1999
 
 
I. RAISING THE REGIMENT
II. TO CUBA
III. GENERAL YOUNG'S FIGHT AT LAS GUASIMAS
IV. THE CAVALRY AT SANTIAGO
V. IN THE TRENCHES
VI. THE RETURN HOME
 
APPENDICES:
A. Muster-Out Roll
B. Colonel Roosevelt's Report to the Secretary of War of September 10th
C. The "Round Robin" Letter
D. Corrections



 
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