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Articles about North Dakota Fossil Exhibits
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Bison latifrons exhibit Article about the Bison latifrons exhibit at the North Dakota Heritage Center
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  Skeleton of the Oligocene (30 million-year-old) horse, Mesohippus, is a featured exhibit at the new North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame in Medora
By John W. Hoganson 
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Paleocene Pond
Paleocene pond and Cretaceous coastal forest exhibits to be installed in the Corridor of Time area of the North Dakota Heritage Center
By John W. Hoganson
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  Massive 60-million-year-old tree stump and other geological exhibits featured at the new Long X Trading Post in Watford City
By John W. Hoganson
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  “A fossil exhibit in every town”: one goal of the North Dakota Geological Survey’s Fossil Resource Management Program
By John W. Hoganson
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  The first Corridor of Time Exhibit, marine life during the Cretaceous featuring the restored Cooperstown mosasaur skeleton, opens at the North Dakota Heritage Center
By John W. Hoganson
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Clarence Johnsrud picture
Clarence Johnsrud family donates plant fossil collection and funds for a Heritage Center fossil exhibit and renovation of the new Geological Survey Paleontology Laboratory
By John W. Hoganson
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Museum Picture
The Paul Broste Rock Museum Reopens
By John W. Hoganson
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Champosourus
North Dakota fossils exhibited at the U. S. Forest Service headquarters in Washington, D. C.
By John W. Hoganson
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  Triceratops skull exhibited at the North Dakota Heritage Center
By John W. Hoganson
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  Restoration and display of a crocodile-like Champsosaurus gigas skeleton at the North Dakota Heritage Center
By John W. Hoganson and Johnathan Campbell
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  Restoration of the Highgate Mastodon skeleton underway
By John W. Hoganson
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Pertified Log
Petrified logs exhibited on Capitol Grounds dedicated to E. L. “Buck” Worthington on Arbor Day, May 3, 1991
By John W. Hoganson
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North Dakota fossil exhibits can be seen at the following places:
  Cavalier County Museum, Dresden   North Dakota Geological Survey Office, Bismarck
  Dakota Dinosaur Museum, Dickinson   North Dakota Heritage Center, Bismarck
  Dakota Prairies Grasslands District Office, Dickinson   North Dakota State University Department of  Geosciences
  Forest Service Headquarters Office at the Sidney R. Yates Building, Washington D.C.   Link to the Pioneer Trails Museum, in Bowman ND
  Griggs County Museum, Cooperstown   Science Museum Of Minnesota, St. Paul
  Icelandic State Park, Cavalier   Theodore Roosevelt National Park,
South Unit Visitor Center, Medora
  Minot State University Department of Earth Sciences   University of North Department of Geology and Geological Engineering
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Updated: January 5, 2007