Theodore Roosevelt’s time as a rancher, hunter and cowboy in the Dakota badlands had a profound and lasting effect on his life, and his legacy continues to shape the North Dakota experience. A new initiative by the Theodore Roosevelt Center highlights a dozen or so specific sites across the state, illuminating Roosevelt’s impact on North Dakota.
On Tuesday, April 30, both chambers of the North Dakota Legislative Assembly passed the Department of Commerce appropriations bill, which includes sections appropriating $6 million to Dickinson State University to award a grant to the Theodore Roosevelt Center for construction of a building to be named the Theodore Roosevelt Presidential Library.
“Theodore Roosevelt and the Bull Moose Campaign of 1912” won the Eric Sevareid best documentary award at the Midwest Journalism Conference in Bloomington, Minn., April 12-13.
Scholars, students, and individuals interested in presidential history have even greater access to Theodore Roosevelt’s documents and artifacts, thanks to two new initiatives undertaken by the Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University.
A unique experience is being held in Denver, Colorado June 29-30, a symposium is being held to discuss current water issues in the context of decisions made during the time of Theodore Roosevelt.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center marked the official opening of the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Collection by launching its new website on Monday, Nov. 14.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edmund Morris will be the keynote speaker at the Theodore Roosevelt Association’s 92nd Annual Banquet.
The Theodore Roosevelt Center at Dickinson State University is pleased to announce that Stacy Cordery will join its staff next month as a visiting fellow.