Backstage Pass to North Dakota History

This blog takes you behind the scenes of the State Historical Society of North Dakota. Get a glimpse at a day-in-the-life of the staff, volunteers, and partners who make it all possible. Discover what it takes to preserve North Dakota's natural and cultural history. We encourage dialogue, questions, and comments!

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Blog entryThe Heritage Art Tunnel: Engaging Audiences With Public Art Guest Blogger02 weeks 4 days ago
Blog entryAll I Want for Christmas Is a Huey Helicopter Guest Blogger03 weeks 3 days ago
Blog entryLearning from Historical Rabbit Holes: Iron Horn, an Awl, and a Deeper Understanding of the Past Guest Blogger04 months 5 days ago
Blog entryIf Maps Could Talk: Getting “In Touch” with the Peace Garden State’s Past Guest Blogger05 months 1 week ago
Blog entrySaucepans, Specimens, and Phonographs: Museum Interns Tackle Inventory, Insects Guest Blogger05 months 2 weeks ago
Blog entryFriends in High Places: Processing the Papers of the Late Historian-Journalist Roy Johnson Guest Blogger05 months 2 weeks ago
Blog entryNorth Dakota State Historic Site Staff Bring Diverse Skill Sets to Job Guest Blogger09 months 2 weeks ago
Blog entryIntrigue Behind a Sitting Bull Painting: The Little-Known Story of Artist Caroline Weldon Kimberly Jondahl012 months 1 day ago
Blog entryImagine: The Rewards and Challenges of Beginning as the New Director During COVID-19 Bill Peterson01 year 3 months ago
Blog entryMuseum Feedback Matters: How Visitor Comments Influence Dinosaur Battles and Chocolate Kimberly Jondahl01 year 4 months ago
Blog entryFashion & Function Exhibit Finds Its Style David L. Newell01 year 4 months ago
Blog entrySurveying the Museum Collecting Survey Elise Dukart01 year 4 months ago
Blog entryKeeping Track of Stuff Elise Dukart01 year 4 months ago
Blog entryWomen’s Work: Expanding the Scope of an Exhibit Elise Dukart01 year 4 months ago
Blog entryAnd the Bride Wore… David L. Newell01 year 6 months ago
Blog entryPatience is a Virtue: Thompson Submachine Gun was Worth the Wait Guest Blogger01 year 8 months ago
Blog entry5 Reasons Readers Love "North Dakota History" Past Bloggers01 year 10 months ago
Blog entryBirth Records or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Research Joy Pitts01 year 10 months ago
Blog entryHidden in the Badlands: 5 Surprises at the Chateau de Morès Anna Killian01 year 10 months ago
Blog entryHave You Seen Any of These Three Rare Old Structural Connections Near You? Past Bloggers01 year 10 months ago
Blog entryHow Do I Love Thee: Valentine Ephemera Collection Guest Blogger01 year 11 months ago
Blog entrySecuring Echoes of the Past: Safety at the State Museum Guest Blogger01 year 11 months ago
Blog entryState Historic Site Spotlight: Cannonball Stage Station Guest Blogger02 years 1 week ago
Blog entryArchaeology Collections and the Science of Excavating Boxes Guest Blogger02 years 4 months ago
Blog entrySolving Archives Puzzles: My Summer in the Stacks Guest Blogger02 years 4 months ago