The twenty-sixth president of the United States, Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919) was a historian and a naturalist. In 1906, he was the first American to receive the Nobel Peace Prize, a result of the treaty that ended the Russo-Japanese War. Roosevelt was also concerned about preserving our hunting heritage. Because of this, he founded the Boone and Crockett Club in 1887. He's also published over 30 books dedicated to the history and hunting. President Roosevelt died in 1919 of a coronary embolism.
Summary of Material:
A series of stories, written by Roosevelt himself. Tales of life in the West, riding, hunting, sporting and hiking where a man could "sleep well and eat well and feel the beat of hardy life in his veins."
Notes: MidwayUSA offers these books by and about Theodore Roosevelt - "Outdoor Pastimes of an American Hunter" and "African Game Trails".