Sagamore Hill was Theodore Roosevelt's home for more than 30 years until his death in 1919. He had it built long before he became the 26th US president and lived in it before, during, and after his time as commander in chief. This spacious home still stands today on Long Island, New York, and is preserved by the National Park Service to offer a detailed view of the history of TR's life.
Using beautiful color photos and diagrams, this book takes you on a tour throughout the house. The rooms are described with text, diagrams, and photographs, filling your mind with facts and your eyes with visual details. If you can't make it to Sagamore Hill to see it in person, this book is probably the next best thing. Even if you go there, this book would make a great companion to guide you through the many rooms.
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