Check out our guide to using the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library to do research for this year's National History Day topic, "Triumph and Tragedy in Untied States History"
Valerie Naylor writes about her difficulty collecting Roosevelt material in Arizona during the recent government shutdown.
Our Outreach Coordinator Karen revisits Theodore Roosevelt's address to the American Historical Association in 1912 in preparation for this year's AHA conference.
In March of 1898, the New York Sun ran an article in which Theodore Roosevelt declared that an interview with him published in the New York Journal was an “invention from beginning to end" - evidence that "fake news" is anything but new.
Petrified Forest is a fascinating place.
With this research guide for teachers and students, we get a head start on the projects the 2017-18 school year may bring.
As the United States prepares for the 2016 presidential election in November, and the national conventions for both the Republican and Democratic parties held in July are a recent memory, I have been sifting through documents in the Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library that pertain to the time period leading up to and shortly after the 1904 Republican National Convention in Chicago. Because of the timing, I couldn’t help but ponder similarities and differences in our own era.
The 23 parks that TR created are scattered throughout the American west, so I will be on the road, when my time and budget allows. Who knows what might be out there? I will keep you posted on my travels and what I find along the way.
Happy 100th birthday to the National Park Service! This year the TR Center is joining with Valerie Naylor to hunt out the TR related collections in parks dedicated by him.
The 2016 Theodore Roosevelt Symposium will examine Roosevelt as a campaigner. The official symposium image shows Silver Dollar Tabor, a young lady almost as (in)famous in the West as Theodore Roosevelt.