Mornings on Horseback - Part 2, Chapter 6 Uptown Summary & Analysis

David McCullough
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Part 2, Chapter 6 Uptown Summary

During the summer of 1873, Theodore kept on the move in New York while his family was away. He stayed at the Union League Club, saw friends in the evenings, and went to the country on the weekends. When he saw his new house for the first time, he was astonished by its size and beauty. He thought that there wasn't a better built house in New York. On the west side of Central Park, the American Museum of Natural History was under construction. He was contributing over two thousand dollars a year to the project.

Teedie was still the family's main concern. His asthma returned once they left the Nile. In Dresden, there were more attacks and violent headaches. Mittie left Carlsbad and took Teedie to the Swiss Alps.

The new house fell behind schedule with the Panic of...

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