Theodore Roosevelt-Forgotten Tales and Vanished Trails
Edited by Jim Casada
Theodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the United States, was an avid outdoorsman, historian and a friend to nature conservation. This book is a collection of his many writings on game hunting and the great outdoors from the late 1800s to the early 1900s. Covering topics that include hunting typical game animals to hunting dangerous predators, campfire stories and the finer points of ranching. His writing is filled with fascinating insights into a world mostly lost to today's civilization. His chapters on conservation and the responsibility of hunters reflect his ever-present interest in preserving the environment for the benefit of generations to come. 207 pages. Black and white illustrations. 6" x 9". Softcover.