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One hundred and seventeen years ago, Teddy Roosevelt and his close friend Theodore Cabot Lodge looked at the Americans of their day, and they saw a severe deficiency of patriotism and a chronic ignorance of history. America had already forgotten the heroes of her past.
So Roosevelt and Lodge published a book of good old American stories to relight the flame of American heorism. They called it Hero Tales from American History, and even after their illustrious political careers, Roosevelt and Lodge looked back on the book as one of their greatest achievements. As Ted, Roosevelt’s firstborn son, asserted: “[This] book not only provides portraits of a fistful of American heroes, it portrays the way a collaborative friendship can shape the destiny of a nation.”
This is not a dry, academic book of facts, figures, and dates. In Roosevelt and Lodge’s opinion, an overly academic approach to history was the reason people weren’t interested in it anymore. They wanted people to see history as an interwoven collection of true stories—the kind of stories you gather around grandpa’s armchair to hear. The kind of stories that instruct, entertain, and enliven. The kind of formative stories that prepare and inspire people to do great things.
And if Roosevelt and Lodge thought the situation was bleak more than one hundred years ago, imagine what they would think of America now! America has relapsed into an even more severe historical ignorance and cultural apathy. We have been bullied on all sides into considering our patriotic forefathers as nothing more than land thieves, slave owners, and privileged aristocrats. We need some good old American stories again. Perhaps now more than ever.
So White Hall Press has taken that dusty book of lively tales off the shelf and given it back to an American population that doesn’t even know how desperately it needs heroes. Freshly re-typeset and hardbound, with numerous high-quality photographs and illustrations, this edition is ready to help inform the minds and hearts of a new generation of American patriots. Get this book out, fathers, and gather your children around you. It’s time you told them some true stories.
Case: Hardback; 200 pages