South Dakota History

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The Victim’s Daughter

77 years after her father's murder, Nora Conheeney Ryan returned to the Black Hills.

Gigi Hickey holds the 105 mm Howitzer canister that housed the Nazi banner for nearly 70 years.

The Spoils and Sorrows of War

A Wessington Springs attic held a piece of World War II history for nearly 70 years.

Boss Cowman’s Own Words

Legendary cattleman Ed Lemmon tells his own stories, even though he’s been dead 70 years.

Searching for the White Mule

Prohibition produced the most cunning, reckless and sometimes dangerous entrepreneurs in our state's ...

When Charlie Collins started the Black Hills Champion in Central City in 1877, this illustration of the colorful character was published in the noted Frank Leslie s Illustrated Weekly. Collins is the bald fellow, with arms folded, near the doorway.

A Toast to Charlie Collins

Remember this Irish dreamer on St. Patrick’s Day.

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