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Roosevelt's Contemporaries: Seth Bullock

Sep 29, 2014

One of Theodore Roosevelt's connections to the romantic ideal of the Wild West, a connection he seems to have cherished, was a friendship with the lawman, hardware store owner, and leading citizen of Deadwood; Seth Bullock.

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Posted by Grant Carlson on Sep 29, 2014 in History  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)  |  Share this post

Symposium Live

Sep 25, 2014

Watch Symposium events live!

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Posted by Pamela Pierce on Sep 25, 2014 in Current Events  |  Permalink  |  Comments (2)  |  Share this post

In His Own Words: TR Reflects on College Life

Sep 22, 2014

Theodore Roosevelt reflects on the final two years of college life.

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Posted by Pamela Pierce on Sep 22, 2014 in History  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)  |  Share this post

President Roosevelt Visits Panama

Sep 17, 2014

In 1906, President Roosevelt visited Panama to inspect the American effort to build an inter-oceanic canal across the Isthmus of Panama. He described the work to Kermit Roosevelt as “the greatest engineering feat of the ages.”

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Quentin and Flora

Sep 15, 2014

In Quentin and Flora: A Roosevelt and a Vanderbilt during the Great War, Chip Bishop highlights the poignant relationship between two people caught up in tumultuous history.

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Posted by Pamela Pierce on Sep 15, 2014 in History  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)  |  Share this post

Serious Cartooning: The Power Behind the Scarecrow

Sep 11, 2014

“The Power Behind the Scarecrow” reflects the results of the 1900 Presidential Election when William Jennings Bryan divided the Democratic Party by running on the Populist ticket.

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Posted by Pam Pierce on Sep 11, 2014 in History  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)  |  Share this post

In His Own Words: Big Jim

Sep 09, 2014

President Roosevelt reunites with an associate from his time as a Dakota rancher.

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