"By the end of 1910 Roosevelt's position was ambiguous. Stimson had been defeated; the Colonel had further alienated the Old Guard, and his tacit support of Taft had alarmed the insurgents. "To St. Helena,' cried his opponents, predicting that the name of Theodore Roosevelt would be but a memory by 1912."
Charles Stein, The Third Term Tradition, p. 172 (1943)
"After the defeat in New York in November, his position was anomalous. He had further alienated the Old Guard. His support of Taft had horrified the insurgents. "To St. Helena!' proclaimed his enemies, as they predicted that the name of Roosevelt would be merely a memory in 1912." Henry F. Pringle, Roosevelt, p. 544 (1931)