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The Roosevelts in Africa1

Nature volume 85, pages 7780 (17 November 1910) | Download Citation

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NO one can read this interesting book by Mr. Roosevelt, sen., without realising how much the record owes to the work of Roosevelt, jun., of Kermit, the boy of nineteen to twenty who, before he had reached his twentieth year, had contributed some of the finest trophies to the expedition, who, though slight of build and boyish of aspect, confronted great dangers with calm resourcefulness, who took admirable photographs, and assisted the work of the expedition as a collector with the greatest zeal and usefulness.

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