Footnotes and a Bad Thesis

Print Footnotes:
1.  Theodore Roosevelt, “Theodore Roosevelt to Charles Walcott”, (March 15, 1910).

2.  Theodore Roosevelt, “Wild Man and Wild Beast in Africa,” The National Geographic Magazine (January 1911): 32.

3.  Theodore Roosevelt, “Lion Hunting on the Kapiti Plains.” Scribner’s Magazine (November 1909): 513.

Secondary Print Footnotes:
1.  Ronald Tobias, Film and the American Moral Vision of Nature, (East Lansing, MI:
Michigan State University Press, 2011), 55.

2.  Edmund Morris, Colonel Roosevelt, (New York: Random House, 2010), 356.

3.  Patricia O’Toole, When Trumpets Call: Theodore Roosevelt After the White House,
(New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005) 532.

Non-Print Sources:
1.  Theodore Roosevelt in Africa: Part 1 of 4, Web, directed by Theodore Roosevelt (1909).

2.  Theodore Roosevelt in Africa: Part 2 of 4, Web, directed by Theodore Roosevelt (1909).

3. Theodore Roosevelt in Africa: Part 3 of 4, Web, directed by Theodore Roosevelt (1909).

Bad Thesis:
“The War of 1812 came before the Civil War.”
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