“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 Elkton, South Dakota

Clickable Map of Brookings 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> Brookings County, SD (44) Deuel County, SD (3) Hamlin County, SD (7) Kingsbury County, SD (37) Lake County, SD (21) Moody County, SD (17) Lincoln County, MN (3) Pipestone County, MN (12)  BrookingsCounty(44) Brookings County (44)  DeuelCounty(3) Deuel County (3)  HamlinCounty(7) Hamlin County (7)  KingsburyCounty(37) Kingsbury County (37)  LakeCounty(21) Lake County (21)  MoodyCounty(17) Moody County (17)  LincolnCountyMinnesota(3) Lincoln County (3)  PipestoneCounty(12) Pipestone County (12)
Brookings is the county seat for Brookings County
Elkton is in Brookings County
      Brookings County (44)  
      Deuel County (3)  
      Hamlin County (7)  
      Kingsbury County (37)  
      Lake County (21)  
      Moody County (17)  
      Lincoln County, Minnesota (3)  
      Pipestone County, Minnesota (12)  
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1 South Dakota, Brookings County, Elkton — 196 — Brookings County / Moody CountyYou are about to enter
You are about to enter Brookings County home of roving Indians until 1862. The exploring party of Nicollet, scientist, and Fremont, "Pathfinder of the West," visited Oakwood Lakes, July 1838, leaving the first reliable record. The . . . Map (db m181265) HM
2 South Dakota, Brookings County, Elkton — 123 — Hole-In-The-Mountain
All early maps (1838-1879) showed the Hole-in-The-Mountain or Mountain Pass where Coteau Perce creek drained SW from Lake Benton to the Big Sioux. It is 8 miles SE. Nicollet & Fremont, first explorers, visited the "Hole" on July 6, 1838 and . . . Map (db m177443) HM
3 South Dakota, Brookings County, Elkton — 651 — You are now Entering South Dakota
Created with its Twin North Dakota, 2 November 1889. Its 77,047 square miles ranks 15th in size. Those square miles include: exceptional corn land in the SE, grass land in the W, wheat land in the N and productive land all over. Its lowest . . . Map (db m179809) HM
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Apr. 13, 2024