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Theodore Roosevelt’s North Dakota: Badlands and More (Smithsonian Associates)

Various Locations in North Dakota Bismarck, ND

In 1883, Theodore Roosevelt looked to the Badlands of western North Dakota as a place where he could transform himself from an asthmatic 24-year-old New Yorker into a big-game hunter, rancher, and authentic cowboy. A year later, it took on new meaning as place of refuge and solace after the deaths of his wife and mother. On this 5-day study tour, , experience dramatic vistas, vivid canyons, and herds of wild bison, on an of North Dakota as Theodore Roosevelt saw it.

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