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March/April 1989

A sure sign of spring in Sioux Falls is the roar of water over the falls of the Big Sioux River. Photo by Paul Horsted, S.D. Tourism.

 

How and Why We Farmed: We visited a state agricultural heritage museum in Brookings.

Finding the Verendrye Plate: One of the three South Dakotans who found the historic tablet tells her story. [read more]

A Tale of Two Tongues: Kent Hyde of Aberdeen digs out his great aunt's amusing notebook.

Doc Hayes: This "house call variety" physician made a difference even when he was behind a desk.

Where'd We Get Those Names: The stories behind our place names.

Colors of the Butterfly: Two Timber Lake women are learning the folklore behind the Sioux star quilt.

 

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