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November/December 1989

"Quanah Parker," a pencil drawing done by Sammy Betoney. 

 

Enemy Swim: The Legend: How the lake got its name.

Goosemobile Season: South Dakota goose farmers became ruffled in 1985 and started the popular goosemobile.

The Wagon Trains: Scout Bud Livermore's observations from the centennial wagon trains.

Artists of Sica Hollow: A new arts center displays the works of local Indian painters.

Harding County: Lonesome landscapes of northwest South Dakota.

Redfield's Pheasant Guide: Kirk Hinman was a mechanic full-time and an avid outdoorsman once autumn arrived.

Deadwood's Wong Family: South Dakota's most popular Chinese immigrant was a successful Deadwood merchant.

 

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