“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 Forestburg, South Dakota

Clickable Map of Sanborn 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> Sanborn County, SD (4) Aurora County, SD (4) Beadle County, SD (21) Davison County, SD (10) Hanson County, SD (2) Jerauld County, SD (20) Kingsbury County, SD (36) Miner County, SD (3)  SanbornCounty(4) Sanborn County (4)  AuroraCounty(4) Aurora County (4)  BeadleCounty(21) Beadle County (21)  DavisonCounty(10) Davison County (10)  HansonCounty(2) Hanson County (2)  JerauldCounty(20) Jerauld County (20)  KingsburyCounty(36) Kingsbury County (36)  MinerCounty(3) Miner County (3)
Woonsocket is the county seat for Sanborn County
Forestburg is in Sanborn County
      Sanborn County (4)  
      Aurora County (4)  
      Beadle County (21)  
      Davison County (10)  
      Hanson County (2)  
      Jerauld County (20)  
      Kingsbury County (36)  
      Miner County (3)  
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1South Dakota, Sanborn County, Forestburg — 562 — Col. W. H. Nobles
On 406th Avenue, 0.8 miles south of 224th Street (County Road 15), on the right when traveling south.
Col. W. H. Nobles in 1857 constructed this ford over the James River on the Fort Ridgeley and South Pass Wagon Road.Map (db m180812) HM
2South Dakota, Sanborn County, Forestburg — 136 — Forestburg Roadside ParkAlong the Old Dacotah Trail
On State Highway 34, 0.7 miles west of 405th Ave., on the right when traveling west.
Long before the white man, an Indian Trail from the sanctuary at Pipestone Quarry to the "Three Rivers of the Sioux" near Ft. Thompson passed closely by. The whiteman's first road in Dakota, the Ft. Ridgely & South Pass Wagon Road, forded the James . . . Map (db m177446) HM
3South Dakota, Sanborn County, Forestburg — 218 — Ruskin Park˝ Mile South
On South Dakota Route 34, 1 mile east of 405th Avenue, on the right when traveling east.
Ruskin Park was synonymous with excitement, entertainment and romance from its inception. The area's first pioneers settled along the James River near here in 1873. The Santee and Rodee families homesteaded south of here near a large grove . . . Map (db m179938) HM
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Apr. 1, 2023