Beloved Island

Beloved Island

Franklin & Eleanor And The Legacy Of Campobello

Book - 2000
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This is the story of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt and the influence their summer home on Campobello Island had upon them. It is a personal history that examines the Roosevelts' background and traditions and explores their public trials, tragedies, and triumphs, as well as the frustrations and disappointments of their private lives. Campobello played a vital role in the formation of character for both Franklin and Eleanor, and provided them with physical challenges and emotional solace. It was at Campobello that Franklin was felled by polio, the most defining event in both their private lives and public careers. This story is peppered with anecdotes, personal letters, and the reminiscences of the aides, friends, and family who played important roles in their lives.
Publisher: Forest Dale, VT : Paul S. Eriksson, c2000
ISBN: 9780839710332
083971033X
Branch Call Number: B ROOSEVELT
Characteristics: xiii, 274 pages :,illustrations, maps ;,24 cm

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