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Landscapes of South Dakota
Landscapes of South Dakota
Landscapes of South Dakota: Sunflowers
South Dakota is the number one producer of sunflowers.
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Landscapes of South Dakota: Black Elk
Black Elk became a spiritual leader for the Lakota people.
Landscapes of South Dakota: Hutterites
Hutterite colonies have been established across South Dakota and the upper midwest.
Landscapes of South Dakota: Ben Reifel
Ben Reifel was the first native american elected to Congress.
Landscapes of South Dakota: Red Cloud
Red Cloud lead his people as a Chief through war and transition to reservation life.
Landscapes of South Dakota: Oscar Howe
Oscar Howe created a unique style of painting inspired by his native heritage.
Landscapes of South Dakota: SD Wave
South Dakotans display their friendliness with pride and a wave of the hand.
Landscapes of South Dakota: Divorce Capital
Sioux Falls was once known as the divorce capital of the country.
Sica Hollow, a state park in NE South Dakota is named for Native American lore.
Doc Farber changed the political landscape of South Dakota.
Two types of pink rock make a solid contribution to South Dakota's Landscape.
Tipperary was a record breaking saddle bronc, dumping 80 riders before a succesful ride.
Terry Redlin paints realistic scenes with outdoor and wildlife themes.
Bear Butte is a geographical formation with cultural importance.
Richard Termes developed six point perspective and paints scenes on spheres.
Corn is a staple in South Dakota's economy.
The Mammoth Site in Hot Springs offers a glimpse or the area before explorers arrived.
Keystone Wye Bridge
Unique roadways and bridges carve a path through the Black Hills.
Edgar McFadden developed stem rust free wheat.
Chinese ringneck pheasants are South Dakota's state bird.
Petrified Wood Park
Lemmon, SD is home to the largest petrified wood park.
Casey Tibbs was a world famous rodeo cowboy from South Dakota.
You might be surprised how you are connected to the person standing next to you.
Crazy Horse memorial is a tribute to the history of the Lakota people.