Lest a very long book be even longer, the following list is restricted to those titles cited in the notes--which is to say, in nearly all cases, titles from which a direct quotation has been taken--and a few others that have been especially useful in preparing this book. Any comprehensive bibliography of Roosevelt's life and career would include at least twenty times as many works as appear here.
Abbott, Lawrence E Impressions of Theodore Roosevelt, 1919.
Abbott, Lyman. Reminiscences, 1915.
Adams, Henry. The Education of Henry Adams, 1961 ed.
Alexander, DeAlva Stanwood. A Political History of the State of New York, 1906.
Allen, Frederick Lewis. The Great Pierpont Morgan, 1948, 1965.
Amos, James E. Theodore Roosevelt: Hero to His Valet, 1927.
Bailey, Thomas A. Theodore Roosevelt and the Japanese-American Crises, 1934.
Bailyn, Bernard, et al. Glimpses of the Harvard Past, 1986.
Barry, David S. Forty Years in Washington, 1924.
Beale, Howard K. Theodore Roosevelt and the Rise of America to World Power, 1956.
Beer, Thomas. Hanna, 1929.
Berman, Jay Stuart. Police Administration and Progressive Reform: Theodore Roosevelt as Police Commissioner of New York, 1987.
Bishop, Joseph Bucklin. Theodore Roosevelt and His Time, Shown in His Own Letters, 1920; later published as vols. 23-24 of Roosevelt's Works (the latter cited here).
Blum, John Morton. The Republican Roosevelt, 1970 ed.
Brace, Charles Loring. The Dangerous Classes of New York. 1872, 1973.
Brands, H. W. Bound to Empire: The United States and the Philippines, 1992.