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History

Esther Aspaas and Dorothy Fellows competed for Miss Absaroka in 1939.

The State of Absaroka


Redrawing our borders would have left us without the Badlands, Black Hills and Mount Rushmore.

The Original Badger Hole


South Dakota nearly lost our beloved poet's first Black Hills cabin.

Pettigrew's Redemption


Might a sculptor vindicate Sioux Falls' forgotten father?

The Muskegon Disaster


Remembering a deadly storm on Big Stone Lake.

The Roghairs

The Last Chokecherry Picking


Who knew picking chokecherries could be so dangerous?

King Ziegler's Car Farm


Alfred Ziegler's 30-acre self-serve salvage yard near Scotland attracted car restorers from all over the world.

History Hunters


Can we stop the illegal artifact trade?

A Sheepherder Named Gilfillan


Archie Gilfillan was South Dakota’s sagebrush philosopher. His prairie wit en­tertained people in the ranching areas of Montana, North Dakota, Wyoming and South Dakota through the Great Depression.

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