Theodore Roosevelt: An Autobiography

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INDEX
A
Abbott, Lyman, 275.
Abernathy, John, 54.
Addams, Jane, 180.
Africa, hunting in, 40-41.
Ahlwardt, Rector, anti-Semitic preacher, 205-206.
Alaska, enactment of game laws for, 460.
Alcott, Louisa M., reading of books by, 20.
Aldermen, depriving of confirming power, in New York City, 92.
Aldrich, Senator, 382, 475.
Alger, Russell A., 238, 240, 244, 247; letter from, relating to round robin incident, 278-279.
Allison amendment to Hepburn Bill, 475-476.
American Tobacco Company suit, 469.
Ames, General, 267, 268.
Anarchists, treatment due, 532.
Animal pets of author's children, 369- 372.
Animals, seen in Yellowstone Park, 346; measures taken by author while President to protect, 459-460.
Annapolis Naval Academy, 227.
Anthracite coal strike, 504-518.
Anthracite Strike Commission, 506-510, 513-516.
Antin, Mary, 180.
Appalachian National Forest, 436.
Architecture, improvement in, in Washington, 459.
Armaments as insurance against war, 223-224, 575-581.
Armenian massacres, lesson to be drawn from, 577.
Army, condition of American, at opening of Spanish War, 237, 242-245; shortcomings of training in, for actual war, 250-251; lessons learned by, from Spanish War, 276.
Army officers, physical tests for, 54-55.
Asiatic laborers in California, treatment of question of, 411-414.
Assembly, election of author to the, 70- 71; experiences in the, 71-101.
Austen, Jane, novels of, 364.
Australia, visit of American fleet to, 598.
B
Bacon, Robert, 52, 388, 448, 508.
Bailey, Liberty H., 451.
Baird, Spencer, publications of, 22.
Ballads, author's fondness for, 363.
Ballantyne, R. M., stories by, 20.
Ballinger case, 396-397.
Banks, Lewis A., 487.
Barber, Captain H. A., letter by, 288- 289.
Bardshar, H. P., letter by, 287-288.
Barrett, C. S., 451.
Barry, General T. H., 52, 546.
Bates, General, 268.
Battle fleet, cruise of, around the world, 592-605.
Battle-ships, building of our new, 226- 227; color of, 602.
Bear-hunters' dinner, White House, 347.
Bede, Congressman, 443.
Bell, General, 54.
Bell, taxidermist, 22.
Belmont, August, 35.
Beveridge, Senator, 384.
Bicycle police, New York, 201-203.

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