On Friday, September 21, 2012, Dickinson State University presented a Chautauqua Revue in Stickney Auditorium.
Join us live online for this year's symposium, which spotlights the Progressive Era!
Codes have been used throughout history to protect the contents of sensitive documents. Determining which documents are sensitive enough to require the use of a code is the challenge.
Our summer interns, working from their homes in various places throughout the United States, have contributed greatly to our digitization progress. Their efforts are truly appreciated.
One of our interns explores the relationship between Theodore Roosevelt and Henry Cabot Lodge.
Tom from Chicago describes the preservation of the Elkhorn and Maltese Cross ranches in North Dakota, including the history of the Maltese Cross cabin.
As local schools begin a new year, the Theodore Roosevelt Center takes a look at what they may have been teaching if events had worked out differently in 1906.
One of our interns discovers the connections between Theodore Roosevelt and the sinking of the RMS Titanic.
One of our interns shares his perception of how useful archives can be, particularly for research used in the restoration of historic landmarks or buildings.