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Located in North Dakota, Theodore Roosevelt National Park is the only American National Park named after a single person. Theodore Roosevelt first came to North Dakota to hunt Bison in 1883, but then became a conservationist and provided protection to save the American Bison, also known as the symbol of the west.
Unique in shape, this makes a great stocking stuffer and a classy keepsake for friends or loved ones. Not too heavy, not too light— this ornament is a perfect weight (40-42 grams). It is topped with an antique bronze topper and faux-leather string for yet another touch of class.
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