Black Hills (S.D. and Wyo.) -- History; Black Hills Pioneer Society (S.D.); Tallent, Annie D.; Ayres, Albro; Nowlin, Charles; Weston, Rev. Henry; Russell, Capt. Tom; Soldat, Katherine
“Pioneer Sunday” in the Black Hills was observed with a brief ceremony at the Annie Tallent Memorial. Other observances were held throughout the day at other locations by the Black Hills Pioneer Society.
South Dakota State Library; South Dakota. Office of the State Engineer; Sherer, Frank; Layne Minnesota Company (Minneapolis, Minn.); Welfl Construction Company; Building construction -- United States -- South Dakota -- Pierre -- 1970-1980
131 caissons ranging in depth from 15 to 47 feet will be drilled and filled with concrete for the underpinning of the new state library building.
Oahe Dam (S.D.); Air Force One (Presidential aircraft); Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963; Secret Service (U.S.)
2 articles from the Pierre Capital Journal - Oahe1962-08-07#1 is about the preparations made for President John F. Kennedy to attend the Oahe Dam dedication ceremonies. In Oahe1962-08-07#2, a journalist tours Air Force One.
South Dakota -- Governor's Office of Economic Development; South Dakota Economic Development Finance Authority; Economic development -- South Dakota; Government lending -- South Dakota; South Dakota -- Economic conditions; South Dakota -- Economic...
2013 annual report and audit report of the South Dakota Economic Development Finance Authority.
Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Pronghorn hunting -- South Dakota; Antelope hunting -- South Dakota
A 33 1/3 percent aerial sample of the antelope population in Harding, Butte, Perkins, Meade and Fall River Counties was (made) during late June and early July. The antelope population for these counties increased from 14,356 in 1951 to 16,608 in...
Pittman-Robertson Project (S.D.); Antelopes -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- South Dakota; Antelopes -- Wounds and injuries -- South Dakota; Pronghorns -- Wounds and injuries -- South Dakota
A 378 square-mile area in Butte and Harding Counties was surveyed in 1959 for antelope crippling losses. Two airplanes and three ground crews located 26 dead or crippled antelope in an area where 337 persons hunted and 318 antelope were legally...