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Waypoint 2016-11-01
This unrealistic, geographically limited loan policy forced South Dakota into the farm loan business.
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Waypoint 2015-01-15
Camp Collier
Camp Collier at the Mouth of Red Canyon had the distinction of being the first military establishment of any permanence in the Hills proper, existing for approximately one year.
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Waypoint 2015-01-14
Siding 7
In early 1890, the Burlington Railroad established Siding 7 three-quarters of a mile up the tracks north from here.
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Waypoint 2015-01-12
Rapid City Founders Camp Site
Near a perpendicular sandstone cliff a short distance North of here and across Rapid Creek (a marker denotes the site) was the first camp of those hardy pioneers who founded Rapid City.
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Waypoint 2015-01-03
Skyline Drive
The people of Rapid City invite you to stop, relax and enjoy the spectacular beauty that lies before you.
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Waypoint 2014-12-30
Mellette House
From an architectural standpoint, Mellette House is an Italianate villa which was built for Arthur and Margaret Mellette in 1883.
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Waypoint 2014-12-28
Sheridan Under Water
Sheridan is now under 30 feet of water.
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Waypoint 2014-12-26
Man Hanged in Yankton
He put on a bold front and careless air.
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Waypoint 2014-12-25
Glen Erin School
Site of the first public school building in the Black Hills
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Waypoint 2014-12-23
Leslie Jensen
This highway along Fall River is dedicated to Leslie Jensen 15th Governor of South Dakota 1937- 1939.
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Waypoint 2014-12-20
Mammoth Site
The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs is truly a gift from nature -- our inheritance held in trust for over 26,000 years.
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Waypoint 2014-12-15
Fall River Falls
Older residents remember as children walking the 4,700 foot flume to a point below the falls.
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Waypoint 2014-07-11
Hearst Highway
Dedicated to the memory of GEORGE HEARST (1820 - 1891) United States Senator, mining engineer, sportsman, speculator.
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Waypoint 2014-06-01
The Rushmore-Borglum Story
The Rushmore-Borglum Story (studio-museum) is located in downtown Keystone, South Dakota. You can't miss it if you are heading to Mount Rushmore from Rapid City or Hill City, SD.
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Waypoint 2013-09-01
Rockerville South Dakota
For a dozen years Rockerville was in the nations headlines.
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Waypoint 2013-08-13
Hell Canyon Trail
Elevation: 5,360 to 5,800 feet
Length: 5.3 mile loop
Difficulty: Moderate
Location: 13.5 miles west of Custer, South Dakota

Near Jewel Cave and passes CCC camp location

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Waypoint 2013-07-29
Wood Stage Station
The station, in operation from 1876 to 1888 was run by Lt. William Wood and his wife Susanna (Friday) and their four children
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Waypoint 2013-07-28
Jedediah Strong Smith
Born in New York State in 1799, Jed Smith came West from Ohio in 1822 to join the Ashley expedition from St. Louis up the Missouri River.
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Waypoint 2013-06-13
Gutzon Borglum Highway
The Department of Transportation designated a 10-mile segment of Hwy 244 (between the U.S. 16A junction near Keystone and the intersection with U.S. 385 south of Hill City) as the Gutzon Borglum Highway on June 1, 1973.
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Waypoint 2011-07-17
Scotland Academy
In 1880 Reverend - Doctor Harlan P. Carson, Synodical Missionary for Dakota Territory, arrived from Illinois.
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Waypoint 2011-07-10
Hiawatha Asylum
In 1933, John Collier, the newly-appointed Commissioner of Indian Affairs, ordered the asylum closed.
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