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Campbell County South Dakota Historical Markers

 
Hoffnungstal EV. Lutheran Church Marker image, Touch for more information
By Ruth VanSteenwyk, April 29, 2017
Hoffnungstal EV. Lutheran Church Marker
South Dakota (Campbell County), Eureka — Hoffnungstal EV. Lutheran Church
Hoffnungstal EV. Lutheran Church Eureka, South Dakota Organized 1888 Disbanded December 31, 1968 Record Depository Zion Am. Lutheran Church Eureka, South Dakota Original Church Corner Stone Ev. Luth. . . . — Map (db m112049) HM
South Dakota (Campbell County), Herreid — You are about to enter South Dakota / You are now leaving South Dakota
You are about to enter South Dakota

Created with its twin, North Dakota, 2 November 1889, its 77,047 square miles ranks 15th in size. Those square miles include exceptional corn land in the SE, grass land in the W, wheat land in the N. and . . . — Map (db m44710) HM

South Dakota (Campbell County), Pollock — Flint Store and Post Office
Side A The Flint store and post office was built on this site in 1895. It was named after Moses E. Flint , and early homesteader. Mr. Flint served as a teamster with General Custer on the 1876 campaign against the Sioux which ended with the . . . — Map (db m112082) HM
South Dakota (Campbell County), Pollock — Lewis and Clark and the Legend of Stone Idol Creek/Lewis and Clark Expedition Meet The Arikara
Lewis and Clark and the Legend of Stone Idol Creek On their epic exploratory expedition Meriwether Lewis and William Clark stopped near here and noted two stones resembling human figures, and third like a dog. Capt. Clark writes on Oct. . . . — Map (db m112085) HM
South Dakota (Campbell County), Pollock — Lewis and Clark/Pollock, South Dakota
Lewis and Clark The Lewis a nd Clark Expedition, officially the Corps of Discovery, was in what is now South Dakota from August 21 to October 14, 1804 and from August 21 to September 4, 1806. While here they would make numerous . . . — Map (db m112087) HM
South Dakota (Campbell County), Pollock — Old Pollock/Lot Distribution in New Pollock/Lake Pocasse
Old Pollock In 1901 Pollock was founded as the end point of the Soo Line rail service from Wishek, ND. Soo Line officials requested the town be named Pollock in honor of R.Y. Pollock, a pioneer lay minister and respected citizen of the . . . — Map (db m112084) HM
South Dakota (Campbell County), Pollock — Pollock, South Dakota Settlers Plaque/National Bicentennial Wagon Train
Pollock, South Dakota Settlers Plaque The first settlers came to this area about 1880. LaGrace, 9 miles southwest, was the first town and the County seat until 1888, when It gradually disappeared. The town of Pollock was . . . — Map (db m112086) HM

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