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Here: Pigeon Creek, Iowa

Here: Pigeon Creek, Iowa

And yet somehow, in the breathless quiet of this sterile creek, something does remain. Something worth returning for. BY PATRICK...

Out of Many: Knowledge Culture in the Midwest

Out of Many: Knowledge Culture in the Midwest

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Eavesdropping: Happy Trails

Eavesdropping: Happy Trails

The Omaha World-Herald reports that State Sen. Robert Hilkemann was injured near Aurora, Nebraska in an accident at the end...

Slavery, Freedom and African American Voices in the Midwest

Slavery, Freedom and African American Voices in the Midwest

Conflicts over race and slavery in the Lower Midwest have often set the stage for critical national conversations. BY MELISSA...

Feminist Theory: From Jesus to Center

Feminist Theory: From Jesus to Center

BY LYSAUNDRA CAMPBELL | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 02 Should anyone ever wonder what my passions are, simply ask what I’m...

On the Range: Converting Food Waste to Pig Feed

Finding innovation in Ag Tech can shift policy to adopt food waste conversion. BY LAUREN MANNING | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 01 If...

Starting Point: Not Your Mama’s Discipline

Starting Point: Not Your Mama’s Discipline

Love children for their curiosity and precociousness, and you’ll create more self-reliant, considerate adults. BY LYSAUNDRA CAMPBELL | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 01 When...

Potatriots in Leavenworth

“The potato is a good soldier. Eat it, uniform and all.” BY NATIONAL ARCHIVES STAFF IN KANSAS CITY | THE NEW...

Here: Buffalo National River, Arkansas

There’s magic in letting the familiar awe you. BY CAROLINE BAUMAN | THE NEW TERRITORY ISSUE 01 I used to think that relationships...

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