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Dickinson, North Dakota, is the county seat of Stark County. It was founded in 1882 and currently has a population of 17,000. It is located in southwest North Dakota about 60 miles east of the Montana border and about an hour from Lake Sakakawea. It is known as the “gateway to Theodore Roosevelt country” because of its close proximity to the Badlands that captivated Roosevelt during his lifetime. Hiking, biking, or riding through these badlands on horseback or in a car are popular pastimes in Dickinson. Dickinson is also home to Dickinson State University. Energy, agriculture, and manufacturing are the city's main economic industries. When the Northern Pacific Railroad began to lay tracks across the wide expanses of Dakota Territory, people began to settle in the area near the railroad. The town of Dickinson was soon established by Wells S. Dickinson. The average summer temperature in Dickinson is 65 degrees, and average winter temperatures hover around 15 degrees.