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Historical Markers in Hot Springs, South Dakota

 
Clickable Map of Custer County, South Dakota and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Custer County, SD (38) Fall River County, SD (21) Oglala Lakota County, SD (3) Pennington County, SD (78) Niobrara County, WY (20) Weston County, WY (17)  CusterCounty(38) Custer County (38)  FallRiverCounty(21) Fall River County (21)  OglalaLakotaCounty(3) Oglala Lakota County (3)  PenningtonCounty(78) Pennington County (78)  NiobraraCountyWyoming(20) Niobrara County (20)  WestonCounty(17) Weston County (17)
Custer is the county seat for Custer County
Hot Springs is in Custer County
      Custer County (38)  
ADJACENT TO CUSTER COUNTY
      Fall River County (21)  
      Oglala Lakota County (3)  
      Pennington County (78)  
      Niobrara County, Wyoming (20)  
      Weston County, Wyoming (17)  
 
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1South Dakota (Custer County), Hot Springs — 520 — Civilian Conservation Corps Camp
Camp NP-1 (DNP-1): located southeast of the cave entrance in Wind Cave Canyon. Companies: 2754 -- 7/16/34 - 11/1/39 2757 detachment -- 4/18/40 - 8/1/40 The Civilian Conservation Corps was a federal relief program during 1933-1942 that . . . Map (db m134564) HM
2South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — An Old Jail - 1888
Nobody suspected that this old jail existed until it was found within the walls of a frame house on 332 South Chicago Street, Hot Springs. The old residence was being taken down for salvage. Although it’s earliest history is obscure, it was . . . Map (db m123995) HM
3South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — 509 — Battle Mountain
According to tradition, American Indians were stricken with an epidemic known as “fell disease” about the middle of the 16th century that threatened to obliterate the tribes. A messenger arrived from the Great West with news of a . . . Map (db m124081) HM
4South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — Fall River Falls
The eight mile long Fall River, winding through Fall River Canyon after the joining of Cold and Hot Brook streams above the city of Hot Springs, tumbles below over an outcropping of sandstone falling about 50 feet to form Fall River Falls, as viewed . . . Map (db m184430) HM
5South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — Fire on the EdgeWhere the Prairie Meets the Forest — Black Hills National Forest —
You are Standing in the Middle of a Community Meeting! This area is the meeting place of three distinct plant communities ~ the ponderosa pine woodland, the mixed grass prairie, and the Cascade warm springs ecosystem. Their boundaries . . . Map (db m184457) HM
6South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — 663 — Hot Springs, SD
Tribal tradition states that as long ago as the 16th century the Fall River Valley and canyon area were seldom without groups of tipis belonging to North American Plains Tribes. They knew the curative value of the warm springs located there and used . . . Map (db m184455) HM
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7South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — 728 — John Stevenson Robertson: Pioneer Horticulturalist
John S. Robertson (1866-1937) was a pioneer in farming and fruit growing in the Black Hills. His dryland orchard was located about four miles north, at an elevation of 4,200 feet. Born in Ohio in 1866, Robertson homesteaded in Fall River County in . . . Map (db m184459) HM
8South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — 347 — Leslie Jensen Scenic Drive
This highway along Fall River is dedicated to Leslie Jensen, 15th Governor of South Dakota 1937-1939, a native of Hot Springs, and a son of Chris Jensen, Black Hills Pioneer and Lillie May Haxby Jensen. Educated in Hot Springs, Culver Military . . . Map (db m184428) HM
9South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — 347 — Leslie Jensen Scenic Drive
This highway along Fall River is dedicated to Leslie Jensen, 15th Governor of South Dakota 1937-1939, a native of Hot Springs, and a son of Chris Jensen, Black Hills Pioneer and Lillie May Haxby Jensen. Educated in Hot Springs, Culver Military . . . Map (db m184450) HM
10South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — 680 — Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, SD
Gigantic Mammoths, ancestors of the elephants of today, once roamed freely across the High Plains of North America. A repository of their remains, along with other prehistoric animals, lay undisturbed until their discovery over 26,000 years later, . . . Map (db m184458) HM
11South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — Paha Sapa LimestoneWind Cave National Park — Natinal Park Service —
All Black Hills caves have formed in this layer 300 to 600 feet thick. Originally it was laid down on a shallow seabottom about 300 million years ago. Its name derives from the Lakota word meaning "Black Hills".Map (db m70978) HM
12South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — Sandstone Architecture of Hot Springs, SD
(side 1) The site of Hot Springs was occupied before white men ever came to the area by tribal peoples for the “curative” benefits of the mineral springs. The constant 97-98 degree waters became the basis for the thriving . . . Map (db m124000) HM
13South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — The CCC's Enduring LegacyWind Cave National Park
The Civilian Conservation Corps established a camp here during the Great Depression of the 1930s to make improvements to the park. This camp employed 200 men at a time and provided much needed jobs and training. Over an eight-year period, the young . . . Map (db m70977) HM
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14South Dakota (Fall River County), Hot Springs — 700 — Wood Stage StationSydney to Deadwood Trail
Approximately 125 yards east of this spot the Wood Stage Station served as a stop on the Sydney to Deadwood Trail. This station offered the first glimpse of the Black Hills to travelers seeking their fortune in the newly opened gold fields. The . . . Map (db m184456) HM
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022