Rugged, often barren but always dramatic, North Dakota's badlands won over President Roosevelt in the late 19th century and continue to woo nature enthusiasts now as part of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Part of the Grand Forks County Historical Society compound, the Myra Museum displays artifacts and buildings from pioneer era families. Other building on the grounds include a original one-room schoolhouse and post office.
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