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History 2013-10-09
Anna Donna Tallent
Black Hills area museums have some interesting information on Annie Tallent.
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Event 2013-09-26
New Visitor Experience
A New Visitor Experience at Jewel Cave National Monument
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Tourism 2013-09-23
Buffalo Roundup 2013
The 48th Annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup. Cowboys and cowgirls drive the herd of approximately 1,300 buffalo.
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History 2013-09-13
Harney Peak 2013
At 7,242 feet, Harney Peak is one of the highest points in the United States east of the Rocky Mountains and the highest point in the Black Hills.
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NPS 2013-09-10
Devils Tower National Monument
While not in South Dakota, a Black Hills adventure would not be complete without a visit to Devils Tower National Monument. Fascinating any time of the year!
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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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Sights 2013-07-09
Custer State Park
It doesn't matter how many times you visit Custer State Park, you will always be amazed by what you see.
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NPS 2013-06-22
Badlands National Park
A lot of South Dakota history is part of the Badlands story. Enjoy the beauty of the landscape but take the time to research the human history of the area as well.
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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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Museum 2013-04-19
Pioneer Museum
Built in 1893, this building continued as the school for lower grades until 1961, when it was converted into a museum.
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Airport 2013-03-03
Sioux Falls Regional
The Sioux Falls Regional Airport (FSD) is also known as Joe Foss Field
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NPS 2013-03-01
Jewel Cave National Monument
Jewel Cave National Monument 13 miles west of Custer South Dakota - one of the longest cave in the world.
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Museum 2012-12-13
Western Heritage Center
. . . How Time Flies - So reads one of the lines on the High Plains Western Heritage Center brochure.
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Artist 2012-12-01
Artist Dick Termes
The Spherical World of Artist Dick Termes

The Termesphere Gallery is located at 1920 Christensen Drive, Spearfish, South Dakota 57783 and is itself a sphere.

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Artist 2012-10-28
Baker Sculptures 2012
Sculptures by Dustin Baker - 2012 season at Mount Rushmore National Memorial.
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Artist 2012-10-23
In a State of Amazement
amazement: A state of extreme surprise or wonder; astonishment
amaze: a-maze, To cause great wonder or astonishment: a sight that amazes
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Government 2012-10-21
George Stanley McGovern
(July 19, 1922 - October 21, 2012)
a Representative and a Senator from South Dakota; born in Avon, Bon Homme County, S.Dak., July 19, 1922.
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History 2012-08-26
From Rocks to Riches
The Museum of Geology is located on the campus of the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. The Mammoth and Bison skulls displayed on the wall are impressive indeed.
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