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The Civilian Conservation Corps did a lot of great work in South Dakota between 1933 and 1942. If you have information about men or projects, please contact the CCC Museum of South Dakota.
Profile in Granite
George Washington's powerful profile is so perfectly placed here that you might assume sculptor Gutz
Jasper 15 Years Later
On August 24, 2000, a carelessly dropped match stated what would become the largest fire in the reco
Over one hundred eighty (180) people became citizens of the United States of America on June 4, 2015
The Wind Wars
The Wind Wars divides East River Community. Are wind farms the answer to our energy needs?
Lamphere, Artist Laureate
Gov. Daugaard Appoints Lamphere As Artist Laureate
We're Talkin Bull
Joel Deering knows Bulls! March 3, 2015, selling 75 Yearling Charolais Bulls.
Avenue Of Flags
The 56 flags represent the 50 states, one district, three territories, and two commonwealths of the
Accademia Italia honors Rushmore Worker
Accademia Italia has awarded its Gold Medal of Achievement to Walter K Long, Rushmore Worker
(John) Gutzon de la Mothe Borglum (March 25, 1867 - March 6, 1941)
Camp Collier at the Mouth of Red Canyon had the distinction of being the first military establishmen...
In early 1890, the Burlington Railroad established Siding 7 three-quarters of a mile up the tracks n
Rapid City Founders Camp Site
Near a perpendicular sandstone cliff a short distance North of here and across Rapid Creek (a marker...
Fall River History Conference
The primary fund raiser to support operations of the Pioneer Museum in Hot Springs
Hall of Fame
The South Dakota Hall of Fame is one of those places that deserves a second (and third and forth and
The people of Rapid City invite you to stop, relax and enjoy the spectacular beauty that lies before
From an architectural standpoint, Mellette House is an Italianate villa which was built for Arthur a
Sheridan Under Water
Sheridan is now under 30 feet of water.
Man Hanged in Yankton
He put on a bold front and careless air.
Glen Erin School
Site of the first public school building in the Black Hills
This highway along Fall River is dedicated to Leslie Jensen 15th Governor of South Dakota 1937- 1939
The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs is truly a gift from nature -- our inheritance held in trust for ove
Fall River Falls
Older residents remember as children walking the 4,700 foot flume to a point below the falls.
Capitol Christmas 2014
Merry Christmas to All and Happy Anniversary South Dakota.
Quarter Named Best
The United States Mint is pleased to announce that the Mount Rushmore National Memorial quarter has
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