1890 to 1899
A daughter, Ethel Carow, is born to T. R. and his wife.
T. R.'s book The Wilderness Hunter is published.
Archibald Bulloch is born to T. R. and his wife.
T. R.'s book Hero Tales from American History, written with Henry Cabot Lodge, is published.
T. R. accepts a post on the Board of Police Commissioners in New York.
T. R.'s books American Ideals and Some American Game are published.
President William McKinley appoints T. R. Assistant Secretary of the Navy.
A son, Quentin, is born to T. R. and his wife.
T. R. resigns his post and becomes lieutenant colonel of the first U.S. Volunteer Cavalry Regiment to fight in the Spanish-American War.
T. R. given command of the Rough Riders as colonel.
T. R. is elected governor of New York State at the age of forty.
T. R.'s book The Rough Riders is published.