South Dakota State Fair; Trees -- South Dakota -- Surveys; Trees, Care of -- South Dakota -- Management
This management plan is designed to inform the State Fair staff of the current resource conditions of the South Dakota state fairgrounds, and to give the landholder some options for management that will achieve their goals and objectives. The tract...
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.); 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.
Mundt, Karl E. (Karl Earl), 1900-1974; United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Missouri River Region.; South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts; Dexheimer, W.A.; Nelson, Chris; Bennet, Newcomb B., Jr.; Juhnke, Art; Devany, Phil;...
A 5 year plan of study, investigation and experimentation on land in the Huron, Redfield, and Mitchell areas for special use irrigation was presented in the office of Senator Karl Mundt.
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.
Oahe Dam (S.D.); Missouri River Basin Project (U.S.) Oahe Unit; Starbird, Alfred D. (Alfred Dodd), 1912-1983
A large chunk of earth has been observed slipping along a natural fault line at the construction area of the Oahe Dam. An area engineer states that it may be the first time such an event has been watched and scientifically recorded.