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CU-03 Custer State Park
FS-03 Fort Sisseton
FS-03 Fort Sisseton is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places
JC-01 Jewel Cave
JC-01 Jewel Cave National Monument, View Medallion
Jewel Cave National Monument contains Jewel Cave, currently the third longest cave in the world, with 179 miles of mapped passageways. It is located approximately 13 mi west of the town of Custer in South Dakota’s Black Hills.
RM-05 Mt. Rushmore
RM-05 Mt. Rushmore National Park Buffalo
US-SD South Dakota
US-SD South Dakota State Medallion
WK-01 Wounded Knee
WK-01 Wounded Knee Medallion
On December 29, 1890, on Wounded Knee Creek in southwestern South Dakota, a tangle of events resulted in the deaths of more than 250, and possibly as many as 300, Native Americans. These people were guilty of no crime and were not engaged in combat. A substantial number were women and children. Most of the victims were members of the Miniconjou band of the Lakota Sioux who had been intercepted by military forces after they fled their reservation in South Dakota for refuge in the Badlands.
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