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    Dakota Pathways

    A Dark Day

    A dark day in South Dakota history happened on December 29, 1890 know as Wounded Knee.

    A Dark Day

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    Dakota Pathways

    Mining Booms and Busts

    Mining in South Dakota

    Mining Booms and Busts

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    Big Towns and Little Towns

    The true size of a town may be relative to what a person is used to.

    Big Towns and Little Towns

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    Finding a National Voice

    A look at the history of South Dakota representation in local and national politics.

    Finding a National Voice

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    Dakota Pathways

    Rails and Other Roads

    Railroads and roadways across South Dakota

    Rails and Other Roads

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    Stories from the Sky

    The health of every person on the planet is directly affected by changes in the weather.

    Stories from the Sky

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    Dakota Pathways

    Telling Stories

    What is it about South Dakota's people, animals, and land that makes for good stories?

    Telling Stories

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    Dakota Pathways

    History and Legend

    How do you think people learned history in ancient times?

    History and Legend

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    Dakota Pathways

    Water and Dust

    Some of most incredible South Dakota stories start with water.

    Water and Dust

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    Cowboys on the Open Range

    Cowboys drove cattle to the public grasslands in the Dakota Territory for grazing.

    Cowboys on the Open Range

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    Dakota Pathways

    Playing Games

    Sports and games come in many forms but help us connect with ourselves and others.

    Playing Games

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    The First Hunters and Farmers

    To learn about the way the world used to be, the past must be uncovered.

    The First Hunters and Farmers

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    Dakota Pathways

    The Home Front

    War stories fill books but those who served and families left behind tell the true tale.

    The Home Front

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    Blackboards and Computers

    The increased expectations and standards continue to make our education system great.

    Blackboards and Computers

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    People of the Bison

    No one imagined the buffalo would almost become extinct by 1890.

    People of the Bison

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    Dakota Pathways

    On Vacation

    There is no a shortage of SD recreation opportunities available for vacationers.

    On Vacation

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    Dakota Pathways

    Headlines and Bulletins

    We will always rely on the media to keep us connected to the nation and the world.

    Headlines and Bulletins

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    Dakota Pathways

    Maps and Borders

    Maps to GPS- finding your exact location has improved.

    Maps and Borders

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    Dakota Pathways

    The Mighty Mo

    Rivers unite and divide countries. They are liquid barriers and flowing highways.

    The Mighty Mo

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    East River, West River

    Boundaries divide areas, people, and cultures.

    East River, West River