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Mornings on Horseback by David McCullough traces the early life of Theodore Roosevelt, Jr. McCullough examines Theodore's love of the outdoors, his health problems, and his family relations. He also discusses Theodore's time at Harvard University, his first marriage, and his entrance into politics. These experiences helped shape and influence Roosevelt's later years, as President of the United States and other political positions.
Theodore Roosevelt's childhood was characterized by a loving and involved family and health problems. He grew up in a privileged household, the son of Theodore, Sr. and Mittie Roosevelt. He had one older sister, Bamie, a younger brother, Elliott, and a younger sister, Corinne. The family was drawn together, in part, because of Teedie's asthma attacks.
The young Teedie loved the outdoors, and the freedom and interest it provided. The family spent a year abroad on a Grand Tour of Europe. They also spent some time later... View more of the Mornings on Horseback Summary
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