Theodore Roosevelt Center

46.882248, -102.799626

291 Campus Drive,
Dickinson ND 58601
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Located in Dickinson State University's Stoxen Library, the center houses a comprehensive digital presidential library of personal letters, diary entries, notes, cartoons, scrapbooks, newspaper columns, photographs, and magazine articles by and about Theodore Roosevelt. Visitors will be able to view films in which Theodore Roosevelt makes an appearance and also be able to listen to audio recordings that feature his famous falsetto voice. In 1883, Theodore Roosevelt invested in the Maltese Cross Ranch, south of the village of Medora, ND. The following year, he returned to the Badlands and established a second ranch, the Elkhorn, located 35 miles north of Medora.

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  • Open Year 'Round
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  • Free Admission
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  • Family-Friendly