President Roosevelt thanks the veterans of the Grand Army, the National Guard, and the Spanish-American War. He discusses the unity of the American people, brotherhood, quality of life, citizenship, and foreign policy.
President Roosevelt addresses a crowd in Yankton and tells them about his time in the Dakotas. He discusses the character and prosperity of South Dakota. Roosevelt also speaks about the Grand Army and the Civil War soldiers and the lessons they impart to civil life.
President Roosevelt addresses a crowd from the portico at the state capitol in Bismarck. He reminisces about his time in the Dakota region and the people he has come to know. Roosevelt speaks about the nation’s prosperity and how it can be affected by legislation and the character of the people.
President Roosevelt speaks of his impressions of Illinois and its resources. He also discusses the Grand Army of the Republic and thanks them for their service and lessons. Roosevelt also discusses citizenship.
President Roosevelt addresses the “farmers, business men, wage-workers” of Decatur, Illinois. He thanks the men of the Grand Army of the Republic and of the railroad. He discusses a talk with General Sherman about wanting to have railroad men in the army and his travels through Illinois. Roosevel...
President Roosevelt speaks to the citizens of Webster City. He thanks them for the glimpse of their city and thanks the men of the Grand Army for their service. He also speaks about the recent disaster in Iowa.
President Roosevelt speaks after accepting a bouquet of flowers from the Grand Army of the Republic Ransom Post No. 6. He discusses the characters of the men of the Grand Army and those qualities needed in life.