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July/August 1996

This 1976 Oscar Howe work, "Onkto Mi Dreaming," is part of the collection of the University Art Galleries at the University of South Dakota in Vermillion. Copyright Adelheid Howe, 1983.

 

Threshing Up Memories: At least eight South Dakota communities pay tribute to the farmers who did this hot, sweaty work.

Oscar Howe: John Day revisits the master Dakota Sioux artist, examining events that shaped Howe's life and style.

Madison Works: The Lake County town's residents have fought to keep their lakes, colleges and lifestyle.

A Place Called Galena: Though trains no longer stop, life goes on in this almost forgotten Black Hills town.

A Matter of Taste: Roslyn International Vinegar Museum founder Lawrence Diggs believes vinegar belongs in cookies, chips, pickles and sauces.

Mules Hike Harney Peak: Beasts of burden hauled supplies up South Dakota's highest peak to refurbish the lookout tower.

Sharing Nature's Wealth: Land donated to South Dakota by Union County sisters evolves into a recreation area. [read more]

 

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