Mornings on Horseback - Part 1, Chapter 3 Grand Tour Summary & Analysis

David McCullough
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Part 1, Chapter 3 Grand Tour Summary

In May, 1869, the Roosevelt family left New York for a grand tour of Europe. They were going to be gone a year. They first went to Liverpool, England, where the family was greeted by Captain James Bulloch and Irvine. James and Irvine had established a cotton business in Liverpool. The two men were mythical to the Roosevelt children, who idolized them from Mittie's stories.

The Roosevelts left Liverpool on June 2 and headed to Scotland. They were busy and active, doing "hard sightseeing." Bamie's feet blistered in Scotland and Teedie's asthma was ever present. Yet, the pace quickened. They spent busy days in London, visiting the zoo and the British Museum, among other sites. Teedie's asthma returned in London, and he and his father went to the seashore to recover.

In the months that followed, they would travel...

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