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A Dark Day
A dark day in South Dakota history happened on December 29, 1890 know as Wounded Knee.
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Mining Booms and Busts
Mining in South Dakota
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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.
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Finding a National Voice
A look at the history of South Dakota representation in local and national politics.
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Rails and Other Roads
Railroads and roadways across South Dakota
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Stories from the Sky
The health of every person on the planet is directly affected by changes in the weather.
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What is it about South Dakota's people, animals, and land that makes for good stories?
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History and Legend
How do you think people learned history in ancient times?
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Water and Dust
Some of most incredible South Dakota stories start with water.
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Cowboys on the Open Range
Cowboys drove cattle to the public grasslands in the Dakota Territory for grazing.
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Sports and games come in many forms but help us connect with ourselves and others.
The First Hunters and Farmers
To learn about the way the world used to be, the past must be uncovered.
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The Home Front
War stories fill books but those who served and families left behind tell the true tale.
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Blackboards and Computers
The increased expectations and standards continue to make our education system great.
People of the Bison
No one imagined the buffalo would almost become extinct by 1890.
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There is no a shortage of SD recreation opportunities available for vacationers.
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Headlines and Bulletins
We will always rely on the media to keep us connected to the nation and the world.
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Maps and Borders
Maps to GPS- finding your exact location has improved.
The Mighty Mo
Rivers unite and divide countries. They are liquid barriers and flowing highways.
East River, West River
Boundaries divide areas, people, and cultures.