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

Clickable Map of Miner 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> Miner County, SD (3) Hanson County, SD (2) Kingsbury County, SD (36) Lake County, SD (17) McCook County, SD (5) Sanborn County, SD (4)  MinerCounty(3) Miner County (3)  HansonCounty(2) Hanson County (2)  KingsburyCounty(36) Kingsbury County (36)  LakeCounty(17) Lake County (17)  McCookCounty(5) McCook County (5)  SanbornCounty(4) Sanborn County (4)
Howard is the county seat for Miner County
Adjacent to Miner County, South Dakota
      Hanson County (2)  
      Kingsbury County (36)  
      Lake County (17)  
      McCook County (5)  
      Sanborn County (4)  
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1 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
2 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
3 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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Jun. 9, 2023