“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 Belvidere, South Dakota

Clickable Map of Jackson 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> Jackson County, SD (20) Bennett County, SD (1) Haakon County, SD (7) Jones County, SD (2) Mellette County, SD (0) Oglala Lakota County, SD (3) Pennington County, SD (78) Todd County, SD (0)  JacksonCounty(20) Jackson County (20)  BennettCounty(1) Bennett County (1)  HaakonCounty(7) Haakon County (7)  JonesCounty(2) Jones County (2)  MelletteCounty(0) Mellette County (0)  OglalaLakotaCounty(3) Oglala Lakota County (3)  PenningtonCounty(78) Pennington County (78)  ToddCounty(0) Todd County (0)
Kadoka is the county seat for Jackson County
Belvidere is in Jackson County
      Jackson County (20)  
      Bennett County (1)  
      Haakon County (7)  
      Jones County (2)  
      Mellette County (0)  
      Oglala Lakota County (3)  
      Pennington County (78)  
      Todd County (0)  
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1South Dakota (Jackson County), Belvidere — Laura Ingalls Wilder - De SmetSouth Dakota
The prairie town of De Smet was the childhood home of children's book author, Laura Ingalls Wilder. The town was the backdrop for several of Wilder's books. Each July, a live, outdoor pageant is held to depict one of her books.Map (db m161869) HM
2South Dakota (Jackson County), Belvidere — Purple Heart Memorial Highway
On May 24, 2012, the South Dakota DOT's Transportation Commission officially declared Interstate 90 from the Minnesota border to the Wyoming border as South Dakota's segment of the National Purple Heart Trail. The Purple Heart Trail was . . . Map (db m113087) HM
3South Dakota (Jackson County), Belvidere — 497 — Tom Berry  1879-1951The 14th Governor of South Dakota serving two terms, 1933-1937.
Tom Berry was the first of three Governors elected from West of the Missouri River since statehood in 1889. Berry with his wife, Lorena McLain, (1879-1963), are buried in the family plot in the Belvidere Cemetery ˝ mile north of this marker. . . . Map (db m184634) HM
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Nov. 27, 2022