Theodore Roosevelt delivered this speech in Provincetown, Massachusetts, at the laying of the corner-stone of the Pilgrim Memorial Monument on August 20, 1907. He remarked on the Puritans’ individual initiative, common sense, and ability to cooperate. Above all else, their sense of duty is singled out as a commendable quality.
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