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November/December 2001

Vermillion's "Dome by Night," an oil painting by John Green of Madison.


Vermillion — Home of the Dome: A Clay County bluff city of artists, museums, a university and Spirit Mound.

Setting the Spirits Free: Restoring cultural health on the Pine Ridge Reservation.

Making Music: John Nordlie crafts fine organs in Sioux Falls.

Pierre's Old Fort Sully: Aging letters and rare photos tell the story of "a bad place, 700 miles from a post office."

Squeaking Wheels Become Art: For Faulkton's Claire Melius, a wheel was an invitation to create outdoor sculpture.

Bad River Survivor: Rattlesnakes — stay clear of South Dakota pioneer Frances Jones.

Goodwin Genius: Inventor Selden Washburn of Deuel County never met a machine he didn't like.

Highway 81: Traveling South Dakota's stretch of Pan-American road.

George McGovern: The man who would feed the world hails from Avon, South Dakota.

Botany and Beef: Can ranching and environmentalism mix?

Ringer Ranch: A quiet place above Sica Hollow and Beavers' Dam. 

Bushnell: The Brookings County town is run by artists.



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