“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Hand County, South Dakota

Clickable Map of Hand County, South Dakota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Hand County, SD (4) Beadle County, SD (21) Buffalo County, SD (2) Faulk County, SD (8) Hyde County, SD (2) Jerauld County, SD (20) Spink County, SD (12)  HandCounty(4) Hand County (4)  BeadleCounty(21) Beadle County (21)  BuffaloCounty(2) Buffalo County (2)  FaulkCounty(8) Faulk County (8)  HydeCounty(2) Hyde County (2)  JerauldCounty(20) Jerauld County (20)  SpinkCounty(12) Spink County (12)
Miller is the county seat for Hand County
Adjacent to Hand County, South Dakota
      Beadle County (21)  
      Buffalo County (2)  
      Faulk County (8)  
      Hyde County (2)  
      Jerauld County (20)  
      Spink County (12)  
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1 South Dakota, Hand County, Miller — Greenleaf United Methodist Church
Original Church was purchased from C. B. Hendricks for $250.00 in July 1925. Ira T. and Fredericka Howard deeded property for the site December 24, 1925. First service was the Christmas Program held Christmas Day 1925. April 18, 1926 marked . . . Map (db m112902) HM
2 South Dakota, Hand County, Miller — 704 — Harlan J. Bushfield & Vera S. Cahalan Bushfield
Harlan J. Bushfield, born August 6, 1882 in Atlantic, Iowa, came to Miller in 1883. He earned his law degree from the University of Minnesota in 1904 and returned to Miller to practice law. In 1912, Bushfield married Vera Cahalan, a fellow Miller . . . Map (db m185466) HM
3 South Dakota, Hand County, Orient — St. Liborius Church - SchoolPolo, So. Dak
1881 Settlers from Germany some Bohemia 1st Catholic Church. 1904 St. Liborius Patron Saint Paderborn Germany Complex. Built in 1923 for $30,000. Spanish design from First Missionary Priest. Oblate Priests 1918-1979. Diocesan Priests 1979-1989, . . . Map (db m112904) HM
4 South Dakota, Hand County, Ree Heights — 620 — Ree Heights Roadside Park / Reading Brands
Ree Heights Roadside Park The railroad beat the settlers into this area where farms are giving way to cattle ranches, now as it was then. Ree Heights first postmaster was Wm. H. Love 8 June 1882. Three miles South are the Ree Heights, . . . Map (db m185461) HM
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Sep. 28, 2023