This is one of the 49 boxcars from the "Gratitude Train" given to the United States by a grateful French people in response to the 700 car "Friendship Train" sent to France after World War II. Each state and the District of Columbia has received . . . — — Map (db m112641) HM
Dedicated to all Beadle County Veterans Who Proudly Served
During the Vietnam War German Shepherds & Labradors were trained & used in the field. They were used to sniff out snipers, alert soldiers to trip wires & booby traps & to sniff out . . . — — Map (db m178934) WM
The Campbell Park Historic District is a residential neighborhood located immediately south of downtown.
The Campbell Park Historic District reflects the community planning and development of Huron during the late nineteenth century and the . . . — — Map (db m185450) HM
Camp SCS-4 (Huron): located on SE corner of State Fair Grounds. Companies: 2770--10/31/35-10/7/37; 4725V--10/7/37-8/15/41.
The Civilian Conservation Corps was a federal work - relief program during the Great Depression. From 1933 to 1942, . . . — — Map (db m179885) HM
Dr. Saylor moved with his family to Huron from Cogswell, North Dakota. He attended Huron schools and later graduated from St. John's Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin. Following his graduation, Dr. Saylor received his pre-med education at . . . — — Map (db m205746) HM
Dr. Jeffrey S. Wheeler began practicing internal medicine at Huron Regional Medical Center in October 1991 when he moved his family back to Huron. He practiced at Huron Clinic and served as medical director of the HRMC emergency room and Sunquest . . . — — Map (db m205745) HM
Dr. Karl J. Blessinger began practicing pathology at Huron Regional Medical Center when he moved to Huron in 1998 and served as medical director of both the laboratory and blood bank for 18 years.
Originally from Evansville, Indiana, Dr. . . . — — Map (db m205744) HM
Dr. Paul Hohm believed giving to others was what made life worthwhile. He dedicated his life to medicine for more than six decades and was South Dakota's senior practicing physician at the time of his passing. After graduating from Huron College, . . . — — Map (db m205747) HM
1883 - Presbyterian University of Southern Dakota was born on "Rattlesnake Hill" in Pierre SD with Rev. Thomas M. Findley as President.
1884 - College renamed Pierre university over next 14 years financial support fell below the starvation . . . — — Map (db m178926) HM
The World's Largest Pheasant spans 40 feet in length, stands 28 feet tall, and weighs 22 tons. It was dedicated on October 18, 1959. Sculptor RF Jacobs of Gooding, Idaho completed the project in 4 ½ months, costing $23,000 at that time. The . . . — — Map (db m123909) HM
1908 Carnegie Library
At a meeting on March 8, 1883, the Women's Christian Temperance Union and the Young Women's Christian Association donated $38.00 to establish a reading room over Cash & Busby's Store.
In 1907, the public voted to . . . — — Map (db m185456) HM
While with the Bureau of Reclamation, Glenn Sloan saw the possibility of using mountain water from the Missouri River to develop irrigation in the James River Valley.
His vision and determination made possible the broadened multi-purpose . . . — — Map (db m123908) HM
This park was created in 2007 by leaders in the regional healthcare community. It is intended to be a place of peace and reflection, and honors those individuals whose legacy of caring left a permanent impact on the well-being of our community. . . . — — Map (db m205749) HM
Where Does the West Begin?
Traditionally the American West has begun at the edge of the settled areas, always advancing with the sun. The Delaware River was the West of 1700; the Mississippi of 1820. Then the settlement of the Pacific . . . — — Map (db m179726) HM
Wolsey: A Crossroad of the Heartland
Wolsey has been a crossroad of the heartland of South Dakota from its beginnings. In 1880 the Dakota Central Railway, a subsidiary of the Chicago & North Western, laid track following a wagon trail called . . . — — Map (db m123906) HM