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The Resource African and European addresses,, by Theodore Roosevelt; with an introduction presenting a description of the conditions under which the addresses were given during Mr. Roosevelt's journey in 1910 from Khartum through Europe to New York, by Lawrence F. Abbott

African and European addresses,, by Theodore Roosevelt; with an introduction presenting a description of the conditions under which the addresses were given during Mr. Roosevelt's journey in 1910 from Khartum through Europe to New York, by Lawrence F. Abbott

Label
African and European addresses,
Title
African and European addresses,
Statement of responsibility
by Theodore Roosevelt; with an introduction presenting a description of the conditions under which the addresses were given during Mr. Roosevelt's journey in 1910 from Khartum through Europe to New York, by Lawrence F. Abbott
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Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
JA38
LC item number
.R7
Literary form
non fiction
Label
African and European addresses,, by Theodore Roosevelt; with an introduction presenting a description of the conditions under which the addresses were given during Mr. Roosevelt's journey in 1910 from Khartum through Europe to New York, by Lawrence F. Abbott
Instantiates
Publication
Contents
Peace and justice in the Sudan.--Law and order in Egypt.--Citizenship in a republic.--International peace.--The colonial policy of the United States.--The world movement.--The conditions of success.--British rule in Africa.--Biological analogies in history
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xli, 249 p.
Lccn
10027334
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00664786
  • ucoclc664786
Label
African and European addresses,, by Theodore Roosevelt; with an introduction presenting a description of the conditions under which the addresses were given during Mr. Roosevelt's journey in 1910 from Khartum through Europe to New York, by Lawrence F. Abbott
Publication
Contents
Peace and justice in the Sudan.--Law and order in Egypt.--Citizenship in a republic.--International peace.--The colonial policy of the United States.--The world movement.--The conditions of success.--British rule in Africa.--Biological analogies in history
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
xli, 249 p.
Lccn
10027334
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00664786
  • ucoclc664786

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