Fort Meade (S.D.); Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888; Sheridan, Michael V. (Michael Vincent), 1840-1918 Reno, Marcus A. (Marcus Albert) 1835-1889; United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th; South Dakota -- History
This article concerns the efforts to establish a military garrison in the lower Rapid Valley and not near Bear Butte.
Oahe Dam (S.D.); Missouri River Basin Project (U.S.); Dams – South Dakota; United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.; Western Contracting Corporation, Sioux City (Ia.); Everist, Hubert H.; Collins, Carl (Rip); Sibert, John W.
A giant earth mover, nicknamed “Eunik”, will be given test runs at the Oahe Dam. Eunik weighs 78 ½ tons and is rated to haul 80 cubic yards of earth.
Water quality management -- Belle Fourche River (Wyo. and S.D.); Water conservation projects -- Belle Fourche River Watershed (Wyo. and S.D.) -- Statistics; Belle Fourche River Watershed (Wyo. and S.D.) -- Statistics
Prepared for Belle Fourche River Watershed Partnership. The goal of the Belle Fourche River Watershed Management Project is to bring the Belle Fourche River and Horse Creek into compliance with water-quality standards within 10 years. Grant...
Irrigation projects -- South Dakota; Irrigation -- Research -- South Dakota; Expenditures, Public -- South Dakota; United States. Army Corps of Engineers; Reifel, Ben, 1906-1990
The $4.1 billion public works appropriations bill sent to the House contains over $9 million for water development projects in South Dakota, including $450,000 for advance planning of the Oahe irrigation unit.
Oahe Dam (S.D.); Missouri River Basin Project (U.S.); Dams -- South Dakota; Fort Randall Dam (S.D.); United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.; Smithsonian Institution; Guy James Company, Oklahoma City (Okla.); Collins & Campbell, Fargo (N.D.)
In the construction of the Oahe Dam, a hill encompassing six million cubic yards of dirt is being moved from the west side of the river to the river bottom. This dirt will be used as part of the base for the 242 foot high barrier that will span...
Oahe Dam (S.D.); Missouri River Basin Project; Dams – Missouri River; Rockefeller, Winthrop, 1912-1973; South Dakota. Governor (1955-1959: Foss); South Dakota. Governor (1943-1947: Sharpe); Hammond, Colonel D.G.; United States. Army. Corps of...
15,000 people attended a ceremony celebrating the dam closure. Speakers included Winthrop Rockefeller; Governor Joe Foss, and former Governor M. Q. Sharpe.