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Address of President Roosevelt at Ogden, Utah, May 29, 1903

Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919
President Roosevelt explains the importance of the national irrigation congress. He also discusses the importance of the country supporting each other no matter where they live and his philosophy on international relations. In the end he also calls for continued support of the Navy.
Irrigation--Management, International relations, Utah--Ogden, United States. Navy
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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