Fort Meade (S.D.); Sheridan, Philip Henry, 1831-1888; Sheridan, Michael V. (Michael Vincent), 1840-1918 Reno, Marcus A. (Marcus Albert) 1835-1889; United States. Army. Cavalry, 7th; South Dakota -- History
This article concerns the efforts to establish a military garrison in the lower Rapid Valley and not near Bear Butte.
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.
Irrigation -- South Dakota; South Dakota State University; Acker, Duane; Lagerstrom, John E.
South Dakota State University departments of civil engineering, agronomy, economics, horticulture-forestry and plant pathology and the Water Resources Institutes are involved in irrigation research and education.
South Dakota State Library; South Dakota State Library Commission; MacKay, Mercedes B. (Mercedes Belle), 1904-1987; Libraries—South Dakota
The 1971-1972 media circulation report shows that the State Library’s collection valued at $40,000 when circulated to libraries, institutions, and individuals would have cost more than $2.2 million if purchases by the borrowers. The worth of...
Large type books; South Dakota State Library; South Dakota Optometric Assn., Women’s Auxiliary; MacKay, Mercedes B. (Mercedes Belle), 1904-1987; Green, Mrs. Bryce; McGibney Mrs. Carolyn; Corwin, Mrs. Bert
South Dakota Optometric Association Women’s Auxiliary donates large type books to the South Dakota State Library.
Irrigation -- South Dakota; Missouri River Basin Project (U.S.) Oahe Unit; Oahe Conservancy Sub-District (S.D.); United States. Bureau of Reclamation; Mundt, Karl E. (Karl Earl), 1900-1974; McGovern, George S. (George Stanley), 1922-; South Dakota....
The directors of the Oahe Conservancy Subdistrict requested the development of 190,000 acres in the first stage of the Oahe Irrigation Project.
Badlands South Dakota; Tourism -- South Dakota; South Dakota -- History; Vanishing Trails expeditions (S.D.); Native American culture; Ghost dance -- South Dakota -- 1890
The third annual Vanishing Trails Expedition auto caravan, consisting of 150 cars and over twice that many people, made the trip to the Pine Ridge Reservation to see where the Sioux held their Ghost Shirt dances. Henry Weasel and John Plenty Wolf...
Badlands National Park (S.D.); Badlands South Dakota; Fossils -- South Dakota
When the Badlands National Monument was created America’s recreational territory was about 150,000 acres richer. The monument was first proposed by Sen. Peter Norbeck in 1910 and it was he who was largely responsible for the passage of a...