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Table 10.1. List of Classified Structures, Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Name, Location,
Date Built
Description Ultimate Level
of Treatment

old east entrance station, South Unit (1938) separate office/station, privy, & extended walls (stone) adaptive use with preservation
main ranch house, Peaceful Valley Ranch, South Unit (1885, main house) frame clapboard house with log & timber additions (wood) adaptive use of interior with preservation
bunkhouse, Peaceful Valley Ranch, South Unit (1925, bunkhouse) pine walls with frame addition & scotia roof (pine log) adaptive use of interior with preservation
barn and equestrian center, Peaceful Valley Ranch. South Unit (1904, barn) pine log & timber walls with new al and and paddock (pine log) adaptive use with preservation
Maltese Cross cabin, South Unit (1884, restored 1960-61, 1978) hand-hewn railroad ties (pine) adaptive use with preservation
Civilian Conservation Corps camp tender's cabin, North Unit (1938, remodeled as residence 1953) board & batten (wood) removal
picnic shelters (2), North Unit (1938) scoria foundation, pole uprights, open wall, fireplace (scoria, sandstone, log) continued use
overlook shelter, North Unit (ca. 1935-38) low stone walls, tapered piers supporting log roof (sandstone, log) continued use
entrance signs (3), North Unit (2) and South Unit (1) (1938) stone with wrought-iron lettering and artwork (ashlar sandstone) continued use

SOURCES: Richard A. Strait (Assoc. Reg. Dir., RMRO) to Superintendents of region, memorandum, 12 May 1983 (Medora: THRO-A); and "CRM Plan," 46-47.

List current to May 1983.

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Last Updated: 15-Jan-2004