Page numbers refer to BULLY! Col. Theodore Roosevelt, The Rough Riders & Camp Wikoff,
Montauk, New York — 1898 / A Newspaper Chronicle — edited by Jeff Heatley, published by Montauk Historical Society
& East End Press, with a grant from the Gardiner Foundation, 2023.

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General William Shafter

in command of the Fifth Army Corps, the American ground forces in Cuba.

— Page 2, New York Herald

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ARMY WILL DIE LIKE SHEEP! by Theodore Roosevelt

Letter accompanying Round Robin Protest by officers in Cuba to an order from Sec. of  War Alger. 

page 13 / William Randolph Hearst’s New York Evening Journal

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Secretary of War Alger

— Page 17 / Boston Globe

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— Page 28, New York Press

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Major General Young 

— Page 32 / New York Herald

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Col. Forwood, Red Cross Representative Howard Townsend,
and Red Cross Nurse Quintard

— Page 41, New York Press  

[ Ed. Note: See pp 556 – 559  (second edition)  —  See Howard Townsend’s Report to the Red Cross, pp 530 – 537.]

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M’Kinley Honors Wikoff’s Heroism

— Page 46, Rendering by George Bloem / New York Press

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THE WAR IS OVER: PEACE PROTOCOL SIGNED

— Pages 49 – 51, The Sun, New York Press 

[ Ed. Note: See pp 517 – 518  (second edition)  — ‘Spain Leaves the Western World’ 

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Camp Wikoff’s Brave Camp Mother

Ellen Hardin Walworth

— Page 51, The World  

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Co-Founder & Directress-General
of the Women’s National War Relief Association

— The World, August 13, 1898

[Editor’s Note: This illustration is not in either edition of BULLY!]

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HOME!

— Page 53, Boston Globe

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Our New Mission Among Nations

pages 58 – 59 / Editorial, London Times

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Colors & Color Sergeant Wright, Rough Riders

— Page 60, James Gordon Bennett, Illustrator / New York Herald. 

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Col. Roosevelt & Woodbury Kane, Rough Riders 

— Page 65, W.H. Shindler, Illustrator / New York Press

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Wrenn, Larned & Bull, Rough Riders

— Page 66, New York Herald

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— Page 78, The World 

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General Joseph Wheeler

— Page 80, Boston Globe 

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General Wheeler and Colonel Roosevelt

— Page 81, New York Herald

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Where A Great Army Rests From Its Toil

pages 82 -85 / Brooklyn Daily Eagle

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The Detention Camp

— Page 89 / Evening Post

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Watching for Transports 

— Page 92, Illustration James Gordon Bennett, New York Herald /
report, Brooklyn Daily Eagle

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DEATH SHIP!

pages 95 – 98 / The World, Boston Globe, The Sun

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Eight Soldiers on board the Transport Mobile
died en route to Montauk from Santiago de Cuba
and were buried at sea.

— Page 96, Boston Globe

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Colonel Roosevelt at Sagamore Hill 
on 4-Day Furlough

— Page 100, The World

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Rough Rider Craig Wadsworth
Knickerbocker Club, NYC

— Page 103, New York Herald

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Storm in Camp, Three Dead

Pages 115 – 118 / The Sun

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Red Cross Nurse

— Page 119, The World

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— Commercial Advertiser, August 24, 1898 

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War Without Hatred

Editorial, pages 123 – 4 / New York Tribune

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Lieut. William Tiffany, Rough Rider, Knickerbocker 

— Page 129, The World

[ Ed. Note: See pp 556 – 559  (second edition)  — ‘Lieutenant Tiffany Dead’] 

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Died of Starvation

Page 130, Kansas City Star

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Sick Land in Surf Boats

Pages 133 – 138, The Sun

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Laurie Wheeler, Gen. Wheeler & Sec. of War Alger
with Fever-Stricken Soldier in General Hospital.

— Page 140, Haydon Jones, Illustrator / The World

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John Hawthorne, Weak & Emaciated,
Fainted When He Saw His Mother at Camp.

— Page 141, New York Journal

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AT CAMP WIKOFF

— Page 144, Cory Illustrator / The World’

[ Ed. Note: See pp 556 – 559  (second edition) — Army Beef Scandal of 1898 + Roosevelt’s Testimony
before the War Commission Board.]

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Col. John Jacob Astor’s Steam Yacht, Nourmahal

Help for Montauk Troops

— Pages 146 – 147, Illustration, New York Herald / Report, New York Times 

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Col. Theodore Roosevelt

— Page 149, New York Press 

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Roosevelt & The Rough Riders True to Life

Pages 151 – 158 / Joseph Pulitzer’s The World

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Roosevelt’s Rough Riders

— Page 152, The World  

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“Nobody make any mistake about that being a good regiment. The Western men were as good as soldiers before they enlisted…The Eastern men were fellows whose nerve and pride carried them along neck-and-neck with the cowboys.
Yes, that’s a splendid regiment.”

—– General William Shafter, The Sun / September 3, 1898

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[ Ed. Note: See pp 520 – 525  (second edition) — Richard Harding Davis’ Report, ‘Dashing Bravery of the Rough Riders’, Lieut. John J. Pershing’s Account of the Charge at San Juan Hill & Medal of Honor, 2001, Citation]

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Cherokee Bill, Rough Rider 

— Page 161, The World

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Dabney S. Royster, age 13, Rough Riders’ Mascot

— Page 162, The World 

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Rough Riders at Play

— Page 163 / The Sun

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Ocean Bathing

— Page 167 / The Sun

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Carrying His Sick “Bunkie” Ashore

— page 168, New York Journal

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Nurse Annie Wheeler

— Page 169, The World

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The Hero Sufferer / New York 71st

— Page 174, Homer Davenport, Illustrator / New York Journal

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Yellow Fever at Montauk!

Pages 175 – 176 / New York Times

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CHORUS — It’s His Fault

Sec. of War Alger, Surgeon-General Sternberg, Commissary-General Eagon,
Quartermaster Gen. Ludington

— Page 177, Cory, Illustrator / The World

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James P. Douglas, Rough Rider / Oldest in the Regiment

— Page 179, Shindler, Illustrator / New York Press

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Captain Ambrose Higgins, Chief of the Signal Corps

— Page 181, New York Press

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Laying Out Camp Wikoff

— Pages 180 – 184 / The Sun

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VICTOR — AND VICTIM

— Page 185, Nelan, Illustrator / New York Herald  

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Neglect at Camp Wikoff

Letter by Samuel L. Parrish, page 186 / New York Times

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Original September, 1898, Map of 4,000-acre Camp Wikoff

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Portraits / Two — September thru November 9, 1898 / Link

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First Illustration: Landing Scene at Montauk Pier, Page 187 / Chicago Tribune

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