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- President Roosevelt’s speech at the Exposition Building in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He thanks the citizens, mayor, and government officials of the city for setting an example for the country. He discusses the mixing of races and ethnicities in American history and the importance of learning from the past. Roosevelt also discusses the lessons of the Civil War and the virtues of citizenship.
- Race, Ethnicity, Citizenship, Duty, Wisconsin--Milwaukee, Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
- Theodore Roosevelt Center
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Address of President Roosevelt at the Exposition Building, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 3, 1903
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