Boe, Nils A. (Nils Andreas), 1913-1992; Irrigation -- South Dakota; Oahe Irrigation Project; Irrigation projects -- South Dakota; United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs; United States. Congress. House. Committee...
Governor Nils Boe testifies in front of the Irrigation and Reclamation Subcommittee of the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee in favor of the Oahe Irrigation Project.
Boe, Nils A. (Nils Andreas), 1913-1992; Irrigation projects -- South Dakota; Oahe Conservancy Sub-District (S.D.); South Dakota. Dept. of Game, Fish, and Parks; Holum, Kenneth; Hodgins, R.A.; Bushong, Clayton; Holscher, Fred
Federal officials prepared to review a portion of fish, wildlife and enhancement features of the proposed Oahe Irrigation Project.
Fort Meade (S.D.); Fort Meade VA Medical Center (Fort Meade, S.D.); Reno, Marcus A. (Marcus Albert), 1835-1889; United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th; McAdow, W.B.; Williams, R.B.; Hackett, Ralph; Piehl, Art; Soelzer, Helen; South Dakota -- History
The Old Fort Meade Museum has opened on the grounds of the Fort Meade Veterans Administration. Articles of old cavalry days on display include uniforms, maps, a printing press, and military documents.
Fort Meade (S.D.); Fort Meade VA Medical Center (Fort Meade, S.D.); United States. Army. Cavalry, 4th; United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th; United States. Army. Cavalry, 8th; Meade, George Gordon, 1815-1872; Tilford, J.G.; Carlton, Caleb Henry,...
This article tells the history of Fort Meade before its conversion into a veterans’ hospital. The custom of playing the “Star Spangled Banner” as a national anthem was started at Fort Meade.
Fort Meade (S.D.); United States. Army. Cavalry, 4th; United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th; Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888; Meade, George Gordon, 1815-1872; United States. Army. Infantry, 24th; South Dakota -- History
This article details a brief history of Fort Meade, located near Sturgis, SD.
Fort Sisseton (S.D.); South Dakota. Governor (1943-1947: Sharpe); United States. Army; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945
Fort Sisseton was leased to the U.S. Army. The adjoining acres will be used as a gunnery range. Governor Sharpe also expected to sign an authorization for the relocation of American-Japanese in South Dakota.
Fossils -- South Dakota; Native American culture; Oahe Dam (S.D.); Archaeology -- South Dakota -- History; Sioux Nation -- History.
Archaeologists and historians working with the Smithsonian Institution have completed 3 ½ months of excavating Indian villages just below thh Oahe Dam site. Initial reports indicate that these sites were used from 1300 A.D. to the middle and late...