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November/December 1999

"Dakota Night" is a pastel by Aberdeen artist Mary Groth.


Mobridge: The Missouri River city with problems, personality and a philosophy of acceptance.

Red Canyon: Ancient gateway to the Black Hills.

Seeking the First South Dakotans: At home on these plains ten millennia ago.

East River Century Survivors: People and things that outlived a hundred calendars.

West River Century Survivors: More than a hundred years and still going strong.

A Reservation Winter: Oglala author Delphine Red Shirt remembers winter — waniyetu — on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

A Cow's Life: Why South Dakota depends on #29 and her bovine sisters.

Lucky: A veteran Webster veterinarian outlasts his favorite cow.



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