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Kingsbury County South Dakota Historical Markers

 
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By Ruth VanSteenwyk, March 29, 2016
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South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Arlington — Arlington Veterans Memorial
On Route 81 at E Birch Street, on the right when traveling south on Route 81.
In honor and remembrance of the men and women who served their country in time of war and peace. — Map (db m93565) WM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Arlington — Brookings County South DakotaYou are about to enter
On Route 81 at E Birch Street, on the right when traveling south on Route 81.
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 region East of the Big Sioux was ceded by the Santee . . . — Map (db m93520) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Arlington — Kingsbury County South DakotaYou are about to enter
On U.S. 81 at E Birch Street, on the right when traveling south on U.S. 81.
A region of buffaloes and Indians until 1870s. Indian mounds are found at Spirit Lake. In 1838 the Nicollett-Fremont party skirted the NE corner. In 1857 Inkapaduta’s renegade Indians passed through with two white women captives, victims of the . . . — Map (db m93519) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), De Smet — Couse Hardware
On Calumet Avenue SE at 2nd Street SW, on the right when traveling south on Calumet Avenue SE.
Edward H. Couse purchased this lot and the original store building on it from Charles P. Ingalls. By 1885 Couse had succeeded well enough with his hardware business to expand his operation and replace his original wood framed building with a . . . — Map (db m123916) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), De Smet — 44 — De Smet Forest / De Smet
On U.S. 14 west of 434th Avenue, on the right when traveling west.
De Smet Forest Half mile South East of De Smet De Smet Forest was established by the South Dakota Fish, Game and Parks Department in 1946 and is one of hundreds of small roadside parks now existent or planned along South Dakota highways. At . . . — Map (db m123917) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), De Smet — Kingsbury County Courthouse
Near Joliet Avenue SE north of 2nd Street SE, on the right when traveling north.
Kingsbury County was created and organized on February 2, 1880. It was named for George W. and T. A. Kingsbury, prominent brothers in territorial affairs. De Smet was platted in 1880. On November 2, of that year, De Smet was chosen as the county . . . — Map (db m123959) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), De Smet — Kingsbury County, S.D.1880
Near Joliet Avenue SE north of 2nd Street SE, on the right when traveling north.
. . . — Map (db m123964) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), De Smet — Waters Land & Loan Company
On Calumet Avenue SE at 2nd Street SE, on the left when traveling south on Calumet Avenue SE.
The Kingsbury Abstract Company was formed in 1887, with J.C. Gibson, A.W. Miller, C.L. Dawley, Al Thomas and A.N. Waters as members. The company built this building in 1888-89. Through the years the building has housed many offices, including . . . — Map (db m123969) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Iroquois — Harvey Dunn, N.A.
On U.S. 14 0.1 miles from 428th Ave., on the right when traveling east.
Born March 8, 1884, in homestead shanty 3 miles S. ½ mile E. to Thomas and Bersha Dunn, was one of three children. From rural school he entered State College, Brookings, in 1901 to study art under Ada B. Caldwell, of whom he wrote: ‘She . . . — Map (db m118669) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Iroquois — Harvy Dunn and Grace Ingalls Dow
On Kingsbury Ave. 0.1 miles north of U.S. 14, on the left when traveling north.
Harvy Dunn Famed painter and illustrator Harvey Dunn was born on his parents' homestead just south of Manchester on March 8, 1884. He devoted his first 17 years to farm work, schooling, and drawing. By the age of 20, the young Dunn had studied . . . — Map (db m118677) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Iroquois — KELO-Land Centennial Gold Rush1961
On U.S. 14 0.1 miles west of 428th Ave., on the right when traveling east.
Dakota Territory was created in 1861 and got its first big impetus in 1874 when gold was confirmed in the Black Hills by General Custer. A hundred years later on August 27, 1961, a gold rush was created by Joe Floyd’s KELO-LAND TV and Radio . . . — Map (db m118664) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Iroquois — Manchester
On Kingsbury Ave. 0.1 miles from U.S. 14, on the left when traveling north.
Imagine a vast plain. Its fertile soil was covered with a blanket of grass and wildflowers swaying in rhythm to what seemed like an eternal wind. The silence of this infinite wilderness gave way to early pioneers who formed a community that . . . — Map (db m118680) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Iroquois — Manchester, South DakotaPopulation 150,000
On Kingsbury Ave. 0.1 miles north of U.S. 14, on the left when traveling north.
August 27, 1961. More than 150,000 people converged on a patch of land just south of Highway 14 for the Dakota Territory Centennial Goldrush. The event was reminiscent of a stampede caused by General George Custer when he announced that gold had . . . — Map (db m118679) HM
South Dakota (Kingsbury County), Iroquois — The Manchester Tornado
On Kingsbury Ave. 0.1 miles north of U.S. 14, on the left when traveling north.
Just past suppertime, at about 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, June 24, 2003, the sky virtually fell on Manchester. A devastating F-4 category tornado with winds of more than 200 miles an hour came thundering in from the south. It hovered over the town, . . . — Map (db m118672) HM

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