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Fun Facts: North Dakota

Capital Bismarck Nickname Peace Garden State, Flickertail State, Roughrider State Motto "Liberty and union, now and forever, one and ...
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Fun Facts: Wyoming

Wyoming State Information Capital Cheyenne Nickname Big Wyoming, Equality State, Cowboy State Motto "Equal Rights" Admitted To Union July 10, 1890 - 44th State Size 97,914 square miles Highest Point Gannett Peak; 13,804 feet Lowest Point...
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Fun Facts: South Dakota

Capital Pierre Nickname The Mount Rushmore State Motto "Under God the People Rule" Admitted To Union November 2, 1889 — 40th ...
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Sightseeing in the Black Hills

The granite spires of the Needles formation, standing a mile above sea level, are the result of millions of years of erosion on the highest elevations east of t...

Crazy Horse Memorial

Almost 70 years ago Lakota (Sioux) Chief Henry Standing Bear asked Korczak Ziolkowski to create a monument of Crazy Horse in the sacred Black Hills. Today, you can see Standing Bear's dream has grown into enormous reality. Crazy Horse Memorial, ma...
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Chinese Influence in Early Deadwood

When you think of the early days of Deadwood, what group comes immediately to your mind—miners, gamblers, prostitutes—others portrayed so convincingly in HBO's ...
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Wind Cave National Park

President Theodore Roosevelt approved the establishment of Wind Cave National Park on January 9, 1903. The park was the first area set aside to preserve and pro...
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Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary

“You will feel them before you hear them…You will hear them before you see them.” The greater Black Hills area is wonderfully abundant in wildlife, and even more remarkable in the amount of public access allowed for viewing creatures in their native...
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Springtime Flowers and the Summer Breeze

Spring around the Black Hills is cool. Daytime highs in May average in the 60s and warm into the 70s during June. Overnight temperatures are still chilly—especi...