The Wilderness Warrior: Theodore Roosevelt and the Crusade for America

Enjoy the history of wilderness preservation in this Teddy Roosevelt book.

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Known as the "naturalist president," Teddy Roosevelt was a fierce advocate for the protection of the American wilderness. Acclaimed historian Douglas Brinkley examines the life and achievements of the man largely credited with establishing the modern concept of nature conservation in America. Paperback book; 960 pages.

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  • 5/5

    If you like Teddy - 12/18/2013
    By: from Lexington ky

    The environmental information in the book on how Teddy's environmental actions took place is outstanding. Every night I learn something new about his life.

  • 5/5

    Remarkable Man with remarkable vision - 11/11/2013
    By: from Orleans, MA

    I purchased this book for my husband for Christmas but I admit, I've started reading it myself! Very well written and a fascinating book for those admirers of Teddy Roosevelt and/or the whole National Park concept.

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