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By Ruth VanSteenwyk, September 3, 2014
First German Baptist Church Marker
South Dakota (Roberts County), Corona — First German Baptist Church
First German Baptist Church of Corona, South Dakota Organized March 14, 1911 Charter Members Enno & Anna Reiter Enoch & Alida Block Anton & Flora Block Reinhold & Grace Koenigsberg William & Louise Schmidt August Loof William & Wilhelmina Sprung . . . — Map (db m90545) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), New Effington — Glacial Lakes Rest Area
South Dakota's rich western heritage has been remembered along the interstate highway system at safety rest areas and tourist information centers. The eight pillars which thrust skyward here merge in the framework of a tipi, the Plains Indian . . . — Map (db m93243) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Ortley — Day County South DakotaYou Are Entering
Created west of the Sisseton Reservation Line, surveyed in 1869; from Greeley (South) and Stone (North) so named in 1873; by the Legislature of 1879; it was named for Merritt H. Day of Turner County, a member. Before that, its area had been in a . . . — Map (db m91412) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Ortley — Roberts County South DakotaYou Are Entering
Long the home of Sisseton, Wahpeton & Cuthead Yanktonaise Sioux, it became part of Deuel & Cheyenne Counties in 1862; Deuel extending N to 46th parallel (4 miles N) in 1872. The Reservation extending S to Lake Kampeska in a giant flatiron was . . . — Map (db m91411) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Sisseton — ScandiaLutheran Free Church
Organized Jan 17, 1898 Built 1910 Merged with Faith Lutheran At New Effington SD 1963 Pastors that served Rev. K.N. Rudie 1898 - 1911 Rev. H.O. Lee 1911 - 1916 Rev. Edw Erickson 1916 - 1923 Rev. Christ Iverson 1924 - 1928 Rev. . . . — Map (db m101261) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Sisseton — Sieche Hollow
Has been designated a Registered Natural Landmark Under the Provisions of the Historic Sites Act of August 21, 1955 This site Possesses Exceptional Value In illustrating the Natural History of the Untied States U.S. . . . — Map (db m123355) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Sisseton — The Continental Divide
The Continental Divide between Hudson Bay and Gulf of Mexico — Map (db m119726) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Sisseton — The Continental Divide
The Continental Divide between Hudson Bay and Gulf of Mexico — Map (db m119727) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Sisseton — Two Brothers
A grove of tall, stately pine trees two miles north of this marker whisper the tale of two Dakota Indian brothers, Clarence and Joseph Grey, who died in an early winter snowstorm in November 1958, while trapping along the coteau. Their bodies were . . . — Map (db m91446) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Sisseton — Two Companions
The Dakota winter of 1937 stretched out too long for farm boys Charles Almos and Clayton Week. They lived with their parents on the Coteau des Prairies eight and ten miles west of Sisseton. During their high school years, the boys shared room and . . . — Map (db m91444) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Sisseton — Two Sisters
On a pleasant winter day, January 6, 1903, Knut Throndson, an 1892 homesteader from Hellingdal, Norway, decided to visit his closest neighbors, Tobias and Bertha Herigstad, who lived less than a quarter mile east of this spot. Knut's wife, Caroline, . . . — Map (db m91445) HM
South Dakota (Roberts County), Wilmont — Whetstone Valley Rest Area
You are standing on top of the Coteau des Prairies (Hills of the Prairies) overlooking the rich Whetstone Valley. This landscape was carved out some 20,000 years ago by a massive glacier which extended approximately 2,000 feet above where you now . . . — Map (db m91421) HM

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