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This webpage reproduces a section of
Theodore Roosevelt and the Rise of the Modern Navy

by
Gordon Carpenter O'Gara

published by
Princeton University Press 1943

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 p127  Bibliography

I. Books and Pamphlets

Bailey, Thomas A. Theodore Roosevelt and the Japanese-American Crises. Stanford University, Stanford University Press, 1934.

Beehler, William H. "The Needs of the Navy." In The United States as a World Power. Philadelphia, American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 1905, pp163‑169.

Bishop, Joseph B. Theodore Roosevelt and His Time Shown in His Own Letters. New York, Scribner, 1920.

Brassey, T. A., ed. The Naval Annual, 1900‑1910. Portsmouth, J. Griffin, 1900‑1910.

Dennett, Tyler, Roosevelt and the Russo-Japanese War. Garden City, Doubleday, Page, 1925.

Evans, Holden A. One Man's Fight for a Better Navy. New York, Dodd, 1940.

Evans, Robley D. An Admiral's Log. New York, D. Appleton, 1910.

Fanning, Clara E., ed. Selected Articles on the Enlargement of the United States Navy. 3rd ed. Minneapolis, H. W. Wilson Co., 1910 (Debaters' handbook series).

Fiske, Bradley A. From Midshipman to Rear-Admiral. New York, The Century Co., 1919.

Jane, Fred L. Fighting Ships, 1907. London, Samson Low, Marston and Co., 1907.

Long, John D. The New American Navy. New York. The Outlook Co., 1903.

Luce, Stephen B. Naval Administration. (Lecture at Naval War College, 1903. Printed copy on file there.)

Mahan, Alfred T. Naval Administration and Warfare. Boston, Little, Brown and Co., 1908.

Pringle, Henry F. Theodore Roosevelt. New York, Blue Ribbon Books, 1931.

Rhodes, James F. The McKinley and Roosevelt Administrations, 1897‑1909. New York, Macmillan, 1922.

 p128  Rogers, Frederic. "The Extent to Which the Navy of the United States should be Increased." The United States as a World Power. Philadelphia, American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1905, pp139‑145.

Roosevelt, Theodore. An Autobiography. New York, Scribner, 1920.

––––Messages and Papers of the Presidents. Vols. XIII‑XV. New York, Bureau of National Literature, 1927.

––––State Papers as Governor and President, 1899‑1909. New York, Scribner, 1926.

––––– and Lodge, Henry C. Selections from the Correspondence of Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge, 1884‑1918. New York, Scribner, 1925.

Shaw, Albert. A Cartoon History of Roosevelt. New York, Review of Reviews Co., 1910.

Short, L. M. The Development of National Administrative Organization in the United States. Baltimore, The Johns Hopkins Press, 1923.

Sprout, Harold and Margaret. The Rise of American Naval Power, 1776‑1918. Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1939.

II. Periodicals and Newspapers

"Admiral Sims Dies of a Heart Attack." New York Times, September 29, 1936, pp1, 27.

Andrews, Philip. "The Board on Personnel, U. S. Navy." Army and Navy Journal, August 25, 1906, p1454.

Bailey, Thomas A. "The World Cruise of the American Battleship Fleet, 1907‑1909." The Pacific Historical Review, 1:389‑423. December 1932.

"A Costly Naval Experiment." Literary Digest, 31:562. October 21, 1905.

"Defects of Our Navy." Literary Digest, 35:107‑8. July 27, 1907.

Evans, Robley D. "The Cruise of the Atlantic Fleet to the Pacific Coast." Hampton's Broadway Magazine, 21:403 ff. October 1908.

 p129  "Evils of Our Naval Bureaucracy." Literary Digest, 37:875‑6. December 12, 1908.

"The Fight for a New Navy: Results of the Newport Conference." McClure's Magazine, 32:106‑12. November 1908.

"The First of the American Dreadnoughts." Literary Digest, 37:751. November 21, 1908.

Fiske, Bradley A. "American Naval Policy." Proceedings of the U. S. Naval Institute, 31:1‑80. March 1905.

Gleaves, Albert. "Training Gunners in the U. S. Navy." World's Work, 8:4895‑4903. June 1905.

"A Grave Indictment of Our Navy." Literary Digest, 35:971‑3. December 28, 1907.

Hagedorn, Hermann. "Theodore Roosevelt and the Navy." The Republican, 7:8‑9, 32‑3. February 1942.

Hood, John. "A General Naval Policy." The Navy, 7:177‑83. May 1913.

Hood, John. "Naval Administration and Organization." Proceedings of the U. S. Naval Institute, 27:1 ff. March 1901.

Hurd, A. D. "America's Bid for Naval Supremacy." Nineteenth Century, 52:893‑904. December 1902.

Jackson, Richard H. "Promotion, Present and Prospective." Proceedings of the U. S. Naval Institute, 31:401‑54. June 1905.

Luce, Stephen B. "The Department of the Navy." Proceedings of the U. S. Naval Institute, 31:81‑96. March 1905.

––––– "The Fleet." North American Review, No. 185: 564‑76. October 1908.

–––– "Wanted — An Admiralty Staff." Army and Navy Life, 14:13‑22. January 1909.

Melville, George W. "Is Our Naval Administration Efficient?" North American Review, 189:43‑52. January 1909.

––––– "Our Actual Naval Strength." North American Review, 176:376‑90. March 1903.

"The Naval Turmoil." Literary Digest, 36:355. March 14, 1908.

"The Navy and Its Critics." Literary Digest, 36:1‑3. January 4, 1908.

O'Laughlin, J. C. "The American Fighting Fleet, Its Strategic Disposition." Cassier's Magazine, 24:375‑92. September 1903.

 p130  Paullin, Charles O. "A Half Century of Naval Administration in America, 1861‑1911." Proceedings of the U. S. Naval Institute, 40:111‑28. January-February 1914.

Peck, Harry T. "The Navy, the President and the Secretary." Bookman, 19:373‑4. June 1904.

"Professional Notes." Proceedings of the U. S. Naval Institute, Vols. 30‑34. 1904‑1908.

"Reuterdahl Attack on our Navy." Scientific American, 98:60‑2. January 25, 1908.

Reuterdahl, Henry. "The Needs of Our Navy." McClure's Magazine, 30:251 ff. January 1908.

––––– "President Roosevelt and the Navy's Renaissance." Pearson's Magazine, 20:573‑86. December 1908.

––––– "President Roosevelt's Views on the Navy." Pearson's Magazine, 20:567‑71. December 1908.

"Roosevelt would Reorganize the Navy Department." Scientific American, 99:446. December 19, 1908.

"Scraping off the Naval Barnacles." Literary Digest, 38:195‑7. February 6, 1909.

Sims, William S. "The Father of Our Modern Navy." Scientific American, 192:312. November 1923.

––––– "Roosevelt and the Navy." McClure's Magazine, 54 (9): 32‑41, and 54 (10):56 ff. November and December 1922.

––––– "Theodore Roosevelt at Work." McClure's Magazine, 54 (11):61 ff. January 1923.

Smith, R. C. "Problem of the Navy Personnel." North American Review, 188:879‑90. December 1908.

"Ten Years' Development of the Battleship." Scientific American, 97:408 ff. December 7, 1907.

Turner, G. K. "Our Navy on Land." McClure's Magazine, 32:397‑411. February 1909.

III. Government Publications

Capps, Washington Lee (Chief of Bureau of Construction and Repair). Report Concerning Certain Alleged Defects in the Vessels of the Navy. Washington, Government Printing  p131 Office, 1908. (60th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Doc. No. 297.)

Converse, George A. Statement in Refutation of Alleged Defects of Naval Vessels. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1908. (60th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Doc. No. 298.)

––––– "A Statement Regarding Criticisms of the Navy." Congressional Record, U. S. 60th Congress, 1st Session, (Speech of Hon. George E. Foss in the House).

Gallinger, Jacob H. Memorandum Relating to Command of Hospital Ships. Washington, Government Printing Offices, 1908. (60th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Doc. No. 205.)

Mahan, Alfred T., and Sims, William S. Size of Battleships. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1907. (59th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Doc. No. 213.)

Newberry, Truman H. (Secretary of the Navy). Methods of Conducting Business and Departmental Changes in the Navy Department. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1909. (A Statement before the Senate Committee on Naval Affairs. 60th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Doc. No. 693.)

Roosevelt, Theodore. Message of the President on the Personnel of the Navy. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1906. (59th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Doc. No. 142.)

––––Special Message of the President, April 14, 1908. (60th Congress, 1st Session, Senate Doc. No. 436.)

U. S. Commission on Naval Reorganization. Preliminary and Final Reports on Certain Needs of the Navy. Washington, Government Printing Office. (60th Congress, 2nd Session, Senate Doc. Nos. 740, 743.)

U. S. 57th Congress, 1st Session. Congressional Record, 35:5372‑97, 5438‑45, 5517‑26. (Navy Debates.)

U. S. 60th Congress, 1st Session. Alleged Structural Defects in Battleships of the U. S. Navy. Letters and Papers. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1908. (Senate Doc. No. 506.)

U. S. 60th Congress, 1st Session. Article from the "Scientific American" (April 4, 1908) on the Hearings on Alleged Structural  p132 Defects in U. S. Battleships. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1908. (Senate Doc. No. 427.)

U. S. 61st Congress, 2nd Session. Navy Yearbook, 1909. Compiled by Pitman Pulsifer. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1909. (Senate Doc. No. 195.)

U. S. 61st Congress, 3rd Session. Navy Yearbook, 1910. Compiled by P. Pulsifer. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1910. (Senate Doc. No. 666.)

U. S. 65th Congress, 3rd Session. Navy Yearbook, 1917 and 1918. Compiled by Archibald Oden, Jr. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1918. (Senate Doc. No. 418.)

U. S. 58th Congress, 2nd Session. House Committee on Naval Affairs. Hearings on H. R. 15403 - for a General Board. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1904.

U. S. 59th Congress, 1st Session. House Committee on Naval Affairs. Hearings on Appropriation Bill subjects for 1907. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1906.

U. S. 59th Congress, 2nd Session. House Committee on Naval Affairs. Hearings on Estimates Submitted by the Secretary of the Navy. Washington, Government Printing Offices, 1907. (Also, under similar title for 1908, 60th Congress, 1st Session, and 1909, 60th Congress, 2nd Session.)

U. S. 60th Congress, 1st Session. House Committee on Naval Affairs. Hearings and Communications, 1907‑1908. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1908.

U. S. 60th Congress, 2nd Session. House Committee on Naval Affairs. Reorganization of the Navy Department. Hearings. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1909.

U. S. 59th Congress, 1st Session Senate Committee on Naval Affairs. Naval Appropriation Bill, etc. . . . Report to Accompany H. R. 18750. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1906. (Senate Report No. 3921.)

U. S. 60th Congress, 1st Session. Senate Committee on Naval Affairs. Hearings on S. 3335. . . . The Personnel of the Navy. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1908.

U. S. Navy Department. Annual Reports for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1901. Report of the Secretary of the Navy;  p133 Miscellaneous Reports. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1901. (Also, under this title reports for 1902 to 1910, inclusive.)

––––Compensation for Clerical, etc., Service in Navy Yards, etc. Washington, Government Printing Office. (Report by Acting Secretary of the Navy, 61st Congress, 2nd Session, House Doc. No. 273.)

––––Register of the Commissioned and Warrant Officers of the U. S. Navy and Marine Corps, January 1, 1901. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1901. (Also, under similar title, for 1902 to 1909, inclusive.)

––––Report of the Board of Naval Officers, Appointed under the Act of March 3, 1905, as to Cost of Armor Plate and Armor Plant. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1906. (59th Congress, 2nd Session, House Doc. No. 193.)

––––Report of the Board to Recommend Legislation for the Staff Personnel of the Navy. February 8, 1907. Washington, Government Printing Office, 1908.

IV. Manuscript Sources

Sims, William S. Two Letters to Naval Personnel Board, Relating to Organization of Navy Department and to Personnel. Navy Department, Washington, September 24 and October 24, 1906. (Copies now at Library of Naval War College.)

Roosevelt, Theodore. Scrapbooks. Editorial Comment Series. (Roosevelt Memorial Library, Roosevelt House, New York.)

––––– Scrapbooks. Events of Interest Series. (Roosevelt Memorial Library, Roosevelt House, New York.)

McIntosh, K. C. Historical Sketch of Subsistence Methods. (A lecture.)


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