Zoological observations made by Theodore Roosevelt between March 24, 1876 and February 7, 1879. Observations were made in Oyster Bay, New York; the Adirondack Mountains; Forest Hill near Boston, Massachusetts; Island Falls, Maine; Garrison, New York; Long Island Sound; Red Bank, New Jersey; and Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Zoology; Animals--Study and teaching; Nature observation; Nature study; New York (State)--Oyster Bay; New York (State)--Adirondack Mountains; Maine--Island Falls; New York (State)--Garrison; Atlantic Ocean--Long Island Sound; New Jersey--Red Bank; Massachusetts--Cambridge; Massachusetts--Boston--Jamaica Plain
Commissioner Roosevelt has another son and he hopes to take his children for hunting trips to Island Falls, Maine. He has recently returned from a successful hunting trip in Idaho. The Elkhorn Ranch house will likely be closed next year even though the cattle are doing well.
Hunting; Ranching; Maine--Island Falls; Idaho; North Dakota--Elkhorn Ranch