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This Legendary Place - III: North Dakota
Expansion of the North Dakota Heritage Center

America's Ace in the Hole: The Cold War and North Dakota
The orientation video that is available to visitors of the Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile state historic site, this video gives visitors a brief glimpse of the cold war and North Dakota's role that is ongoing today.

America's Ace in the Hole Video - Part 1
Part 1 [HQ] 5:01
America's Ace in the Hole Video - Part 2
Part 2 [HQ] 5:22
America's Ace in the Hole Video - Part 4
Part 4 [HQ] 5:56
America's Ace in the Hole Video - Part 3
Part 3 [HQ] 6:02

Chateau De Mores State Historic Site Orientation Film

Chateau Orientation Film

Users have an opportunity to get a brief glimpse of the historic 26-room hunting cabin that is now known as the Chateau De Mores. Built on a bluff overlooking the town of Medora, find out more about why it was built and the grand visions that the Marquis De Mores had for Dakota Territory.

Expansion Bill Signing Video

Video Highlights from the signing of HB 1481 for the Expansion of the North Dakota Heritage Center. Get more information about the Heritage Center expansion project.

History Alive! Marquis de Mores Video

History Alive! performance of the Marquis De Mores at the Chateau De Mores State Historic Site. Check out the events page for more information about programs at the Chateau De Mores Interpretive Center and Historic Sites.

History Alive! Madame de Mores Video

History Alive! performance of the Madam De Mores at the Chateau De Mores State Historic Site. Check out the events page for more information about programs at the Chateau De Mores Interpretive Center and Historic Sites.

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SHSND on Prairie Public's Prairie Pulse (Season 8):

  • SHSND staffer Mark Halvorson talks about Christmas traditions on the prairie.
    Originally aired December 19, 2008
  • SHSND’s Rick Collin discusses current resources, issues & plans; what we do as the state’s history agency; and also Presidential visits to ND.
    Originally aired May 20, 2011

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