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Teddy Roosevelt’s cabin

Lewis & Clark: TR National Park {format} {format} 2:44 Barrett Golding

The Lewis & Clark Trail: 200 Years Later: Eighty years after Lewis&Clark a young Harvard graduate came west. To the Little Missouri river in the badlands near Medora, North Dakota: He wanted to be a cowboy. He never became a successful cattle rancher, but he learned a conservation ethic that helped him succeed as the 26th President. Bruce Kaye is Chief Naturalist at Theodore Roosevelt National Park. [transcript]

Broadcast: Feb 16 2004 on NPR Day to DaySeries: Lewis & Clark Trail: 200 Years Later Subjects: Historical, Environment