Click on the following pages or links to view programs:
- Film Treasures of North Dakota – productions from the state’s film and video archives
- Governor’s History Conference – speakers and presenters
- North Dakota’s 125th Anniversary – Nov. 2, 2014, coinciding with the grand opening of the new ND Heritage Center & State Museum, with special events held throughout the day.
- Spotlight North Dakota – lectures, music, and storytelling.
- The mission of the Bismarck Historical Society is to learn, preserve, and promote the history of Bismarck.
- From NewTV in Newton, Massachusetts, The Folklorist explores the iconic and little-known historical events.
- Featuring residents or former residents of the Emmons, Logan, and McIntosh Counties area settled by Germans from Russia.
- Created by the Tri-County Tourism Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to the preservation of German-Russia Heritage in Logan, McIntosh and Emmons Counties in North Dakota.
Century High School Documentaries:
Miscellaneous Program Viewing Links:
- Bismarck Summer of 1953
- Historic Music with Les Vaagen & Vern Erickson
- Interview with Kurt Peters – German Internee at Ft. Lincoln
- The Face of Lincoln – Professor Merrell Gage describes the life and career of Abraham Lincoln as he sculpts a lifelike bust of the 16th President.
- The History of Education in Bismarck