Newspaper clippings · South Dakota

Farmers’ reception drive off President’s son

September 3, 1902
Arlington, South Dakota
Citizens opposed to President Teddy Roosevelt gave the President’s son a chilly welcome when the younger Roosevelt visited their town to hunt prairie chickens, one going so far as to set his dogs on him.

Clipping: The Chicago Daily Tribune, September 4, 1902

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