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SOUTH DAKOTA HISTORY HISTORICAL SOUTH DAKOTANS
This man was born in western Nebraska in In 1878 he moved to the Pine Ridge Agency on the White Clay River. Do you know his name? Back to WEB
What is this building and who built it?building
One of this author’s books tells about the early days of De Smet, South Dakota. Who is she? Name some of her books.
This man was one of the first South Dakotans to be named to the National Cowboy Hall of Fame. Who is he? Back to WEB
This man was a professor of horticulture at SDSU for 42 years. What is his name?
This Yankton Nakota woman’s name was Zitkala Sha, which means Red Bird. List some of her accomplishments. Back to WEB
This man was the Governor of SD from He was a U.S. Senator from He raised almost $1,000,000 for the carving of Mount Rushmore. Name this man.
This man was a Hunkpapa Lakota chief and medicine man. He helped defeat Custer at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. What is his name? Back to WEB
This man started the town of Yankton. He was the cousin of President Abraham Lincoln’s wife. What is his name?
This Congressman convinced President Calvin Coolidge to use the Black Hills as his summer White House. He tried to locate the UN in the Black Hills. Can you identify this man? Back to WEB
This man was the head chief of the Sisseton- Whapeton Sioux. He helped his people make the transition to reservation living. What is his name?
Why does this South Dakotan have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame? Back to WEB
Can you name the artist?
This man has been called the Father of Contemporary Indian Art. Who is he? Back to WEB
This man was the Chief of the Brule Sioux Tribe. His sister was married to Crazy Horse. Can you name him?
This woman is in the South Dakota Broadcasters’ Hall of Fame. She made the first South Dakota state flag. flag What is her name? Back to WEB
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Indian Resistance. 1)What was Charles Eastman’s position at the reservation? 2)Why did Captain Sword fear « trouble » on the reservation?
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MOUNT RUSHMORE A “rocking” good time!. Mount Rushmore South Dakota NW of Fishers Historic place Monument of 4 Presidents of the United States.
Sioux Mission Trip. Provide a Spiritual Growth Experience Love as a Servant Live as a Friend Learn as a Follower Lead as a Guide Why?
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