Posts in category History of medora
Schafer Stories: as told by Randy Hatzenbuhler – TRMF President
- Met the Schafers in 1988
- Became President of the Theodore Roosevelt Medora Foundation in 1997
Interviewed June 19, 2017
But I stayed and fell in love with Medora because of Harold Schafer.
“The Most Wonderful Little Woman in the Badlands”
Margaret Barr Roberts was an Irish immigrant who moved to the United States when she was around 11 years old. Her life was one of travel and tragedy.
However, through the struggle and hardship, she remained optimistic; always looking forward, as TR would say, “Doing what she could, with what she had, where she was.”
And of course, she wasn’t alone. In fact, TR himself was there to help her along. READ MORE »
The Holidays are fast approaching! With cookin’ and travelin’ taking up most of your time, it can be purdy tough to find that great gift. Well, we did some figurin’ and found a great way to wrangle that perfect gift!
This here general store has everything you need for the Medora super-fan in your life! From the cuddliest Teddys in all the west, to historic books filled with colorful characters and rich in historical facts, we’ve got what you need this Holiday Season — just take a gander!
Medora is a town full of fun and beauty — and nothing accentuates that beauty more than the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. In this “Tale of Medora,” we explore what went into the creation of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. From the political leg-work to the final celebration; there is a whole story behind the creation of the TRNP and it’s fascinating! The following is an excerpt taken from Rolf Sletten’s book, “Medora: Boom, Bust, and Resurrection.” Enjoy!