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Pillars of the Prairie

Clearly South Dakotans are proud of their water towers.

A large column of weathered sandstone frames a view across the plains to the 
east of the Cave Hills where Custer’s Expedition passed about three-quarters of a mile away on July 12, 1874. The Slim Buttes are visible 20 miles off on the distant horizon.

Custer’s Trail Today

Two books explore George Custer’s path through the Black Hills and how the region has changed. ...

The natural shape of the hills northeast of Clear Lake creates a theater that will seat over 5,000 spectators. Photo by Christian Begeman.

A Cowboy's Dream

The humble beginnings of Clear Lake's Crystal Springs Ranch Rodeo. Photo by Christian Begeman.

Pickerel Lake’s Stone Walls

The skilled masons of Day County add charm to this glacial lake.

Blooming lilac and crab apple trees provide a splash of color to the state capitol grounds in Pierre. Photos by Scott Howard/S.D. Tourism.

A Capitol Spring

Spring’s vibrant colors bring out the best in our granite capitol. Photos by Scott Howard/S.D. ...

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