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Fedora Independent Consolidated School District No. 1 Marker (<i>wide view; looking east</i>) image, Touch for more information
By Cosmos Mariner, July 14, 2011
Fedora Independent Consolidated School District No. 1 Marker (wide view; looking east)
South Dakota (Miner County), Fedora — 689 — Fedora Independent Consolidated School District No. 1
Around 1895 the first Fedora village school was the Root School located in section 9 later moved to section 10. In 1905 a new two story wood school was built and used for grades one through ten located two blocks south of this marker on the west . . . — Map (db m124601) HM
South Dakota (Miner County), Fedora — The Crash of the Flying SiouxWorld War II Bomber Crash Sites
(side 1) On June 13, 1943, three B-17 bombers of the 393rd Bomb Group — the “Flying Sioux” — left the Sioux City, Iowa, airbase on a routine training mission. The pilots of flights 446, 750 and 790 flew rigorously . . . — Map (db m124600) HM WM
South Dakota (Miner County), Howard — 691 — Howard Public LibraryFirst Chartered Library in Dakota Territory
(side 1) The Howard Public Library was the first public library chartered in Dakota Territory. Charter No. 1 was issued to the Ladies Library Association of Howard on January 8, 1886, by M.L. McCormick, Territorial Secretary. In 1889, the . . . — Map (db m124599) HM

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