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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Faulk County, South Dakota

 
Clickable Map of Faulk County, South Dakota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Faulk County, SD (8) Brown County, SD (55) Edmunds County, SD (4) Hand County, SD (4) Hyde County, SD (2) Potter County, SD (3) Spink County, SD (12)  FaulkCounty(8) Faulk County (8)  BrownCounty(55) Brown County (55)  EdmundsCounty(4) Edmunds County (4)  HandCounty(4) Hand County (4)  HydeCounty(2) Hyde County (2)  PotterCounty(3) Potter County (3)  SpinkCounty(12) Spink County (12)
Faulkton is the county seat for Faulk County
Adjacent to Faulk County, South Dakota
      Brown County (55)  
      Edmunds County (4)  
      Hand County (4)  
      Hyde County (2)  
      Potter County (3)  
      Spink County (12)  
 
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1South Dakota (Faulk County), Crestbard — Crestbard, South Dakota Veterans Memorial
Post 213 Crestbard, SD Lloyd M. Bellack Orville B. Lerew David E. Voight Matthew J. Gjernes David M. Ortmeier Hunt - Newell Michael A. Paul Stanley Paul Leonard L. Paul Owen Dick Finley John L. (Jack) . . . Map (db m169855) WM
2South Dakota (Faulk County), Faulkton — "The Last Wild Buffalo Hunt In Faulk County"
In late October 1883, Joseph Powell who lived in the NE ¼ of Section 30 of Myron Township sited a bull buffalo near the claim of Herbert Geddes in the NE ¼ of Section 9 of Myron Township. They followed the bull in a wagon to about three miles west . . . Map (db m205915) HM
3South Dakota (Faulk County), Faulkton — American Legion Foncannon Post No. 102 Memorial
In memory of these men who gave their lives, for their country, in World War II Bardell, Curtis A. · Bierman, Gene L. · Bowar, Lawrence F. · Brewer, William E. · Carr, George H. · Cooper, Charles H. · Deis, Paul Jr. · Deis, Leo . . . Map (db m205913) WM
4South Dakota (Faulk County), Faulkton — 359 — Frank M. ByrneEighth Governor of South Dakota — 1913-1916 —
Born Oct. 23, 1858 on a farm near Volney, Iowa. Homesteaded in McCook County, South Dakota in 1879. Moved to Faulk County in 1883 where he married Emma Beaver in 1888. The following year the first of five sons was born. Gov. Byrne was elected to the . . . Map (db m179950) HM
5South Dakota (Faulk County), Faulkton — Guido van Helten
Guido van Helten is an Australian born visual artist and photographer (1986). He is an internationally recognized artist creating contemporary street art throughout the world which is underpinned by his exploration of community and identity . . . Map (db m205916) HM
6South Dakota (Faulk County), Faulkton — 364 — LaFoon 1882 - 1891
First county seat of Faulk County, when this area surveyed October 1882 by Albert Mellen, Louis Kniesel just south and F.M. McMullen, a mile west, were "squatting" on the land. First post office, Cecrops, Nora Reppy, postmistress, was . . . Map (db m179952) HM
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7South Dakota (Faulk County), Faulkton — 55 — Pickler MansionRoad to the 19th Amendment — National Votes for Women Trail —
Alice Pickler, SD suffrage & temperance leader, 1885-1917. John Pickler introduced women's suffrage bill to territorial legislature 1885.Map (db m205328) HM
8South Dakota (Faulk County), Faulkton — Welcome to Faulkton, SD
Faulkton, population about 800, is the county seat of Faulk County. The county is 1,008 square miles and was named for Territorial Governor Andrew J. Faulk, hence the name Faulkton. Pioneers from lowa, led by John A. Pickler, founded the town . . . Map (db m205914) HM
 
 
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Dec. 1, 2022