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Newspaper articles regarding attempted assassination of Theodore Roosevelt
The articles are entitled as follows: "Socialist in "Milwaukee Shoots Roosevelt!", "Mrs. Roosevelt Hears of Attack In Theater", "Perkins Recalls Master Words of Colonel Roosevelt", "Munsey Calls Attack on Colonel Monstrous", "Roosevelt Assures His Wife He Is In No Danger", "Dixon Attributes Crime to the Privileged Class", "Physicians Say the Wound Is Not In Vital Spot", "Roosevelt Orders Police to Rescue Assassin From Crowd", "Taft Expresses Regret At Shooting of Roosevelt", "Shame Says Wickersham", "Lipton Deeply Regretful", "Stain Upon Nation", "Roosevelt in 1907 Nearly Hit By Bullet", "Roosevelt's First Remark One of Pity For Assailant", "Progressive Leaders At First Think Shooting Reports False", "Washington Deeply Shocked by News of Attack on Colonel", "Oscar S. Straus Shocked, Telegrams Sympathy", "Governor Wilson Glad Wound Isn't Dangerous", "Assassin Incensed by New York Herald and World", "Broadway Crowds Shocked At News of the Shooting", "Glad No Harm Was Done Says President", "Senator Dixon Tells Nature of Wound", "All Taft Hope Gone", "Killing Roosevelt Could Not Kill HIs Great Cause"
Newspaper articles regarding attempted assassination of Theodore Roosevelt.
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site.
Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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Progressive Party Candidate (1911-1912)
New York Press
New York (State)--New York
Sagamore Hill National Historic Site
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