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Deadwood, South Dakota
Library
Custer, South Dakota
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Our mission is to collect, preserve and publish material for the study of history, particularly the history of Custer County and the surrounding Black Hills area.
Gary, South Dakota
Cemetery, Children's, Culture, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Natural History, Park
Museum, log cabin, country school, old postoffice and general store, nature area, trout in creek on property, old jail house
Crazy Horse, South Dakota
General, Library, Specialized
Brookings, South Dakota
Culture, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History, Science, Specialized, University
The museum tells the story of South Dakota's vast and varied agricultural past and the determination it took to survive on the land. Visitors will leave understanding the important role of agriculture in South Dakota's past, present and future.
Pierre, South Dakota
Archaeology, Cemetery, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Military, Specialized
Welcome to the South Dakota State Historical Society. Created by the Legislature in 1901, the Society has been the keeper of state’s history ever since. Today we operate five program areas—archaeology, archives, historic preservation, museum, and research and publishing. Explore South Dakota’s history—list your home on the National Register of Historic Places, read our publications, study in our research room, and visit our museum.
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