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Sagamore Hill
Sagamore Hill, Roosevelt's Legacy / [No author]. Long Island Heritage, [no vol.]; p.37; Mar. 1982.
A detailed article about the tourism of Sagamore Hill, it's history, and it's connection to T. Roosevelt.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Sagamore Hill
The Ghosts of Sagamore Hill / A. Roosevelt, Jr. American Heritage, XXI-3; p.70-73; Apr. 70.
An image of President Theodore Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Sagamore Hill -- Alice Roosevelt Longworth
Before Colors Fade: Alice Roosevelt Longworth / J. Bingman. American Heritage, XX-2; p.77-78; Feb. 69.
A mini-biography about Alice "Auntie Sister" Roosevelt Longworth, the eldest daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt. The article shows that she was known for her wit, her intelligence, for breaking the rules when she could. She lived at Sagamore Hill with her father, her step-mother, and half-siblings.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Sagamore Hill -- Fox Hunting
Fox Hunting in America / C. Jones. American Heritage, XXIV-6; p.101-102; Oct. 73.
A detailed account of the beginnings of fox hunting in America. There is an image of President Theodore Roosevelt on a horse during a fox hunting outing at his home, Sagamore Hill.
Illustrations or Maps: Yes


Sagamore Hill -- Historic Buildings
Historic Preservation on Long Island / E. Smits. Journal of Long Island History, Vol. 4, No. 2; p.1-8; Spring 1964.
A very short article with heavy detail about what buildings and historic places on Long Island that should be preserved. Special notes are made for specific towns. Sagamore Hill is listed as priority for the preservation societies because of the connection it has to President Theodore Roosevelt, and other famous people.
Illustrations or Maps: No



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