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South Dakota

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Name Authority File

Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:

Reports and Surveys: The Archaeological Survey of the High Western Plains: Eighth Report: Pictographs and Petroglyphs of the High Western Plains, 1936 September

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Identifier: M015.05.0002.0046
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series 5 contains the reports and surveys that were the product of Renaud's many expeditions.

Dates: 1936 September

Reports and Surveys: The Archaeological Survey of the High Western Plains: Seventh Report, Southern Wyoming and Southwest South Dakota, Summer 1935, 1936 January

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Identifier: M015.05.0002.0045
Scope and Contents From the Series:

Series 5 contains the reports and surveys that were the product of Renaud's many expeditions.

Dates: 1936 January

Road Construction, 1919

 Item
Identifier: B207.01.0001.0001.00003
Abstract Mounted photograph showing construction of a road in South Dakota in 1919. A Caterpillar tractor drags a grading machine in the foreground. There is a driver on the tractor and an operator on the machine. Eleven teamsters with horse-drawn wagons are lined up above and behind the tractor and grading machine. After serving in the Army as an engineer during World War I, Morris Adelstein joined his mother in Kadoka, South Dakota. He was elected as the county engineer for several counties. Morris...
Dates: 1919

Road Construction, 1919

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Identifier: B207.01.0001.0001.00004
Abstract

Mounted photograph showing a construction crew building a road in South Dakota. Nine men and a small boy pose at a road construction site with Fresno Scrapers drawn by four-horse hitches. After serving in the Army as an engineer during World War I, Morris Adelstein joined his mother in Kadoka, South Dakota and was elected as the county engineer for several counties in the state. Morris Adelstein and his banker founded the Northwestern Engineering Company in 1924.

Dates: 1919

Road Construction, 1919

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Identifier: B207.01.0001.0001.00005
Abstract Mounted photograph showing a construction crew building a road in South Dakota. Eight men, a woman and a child pose with two-, three- and four-horse hitches with grading implements on an open prairie. Behind them are two moveable construction trailers and an open motor vehicle. A freshly graded section of road runs up the hill in the left background; a canvas-roofed structure is behind the leftmost team, and a enclosed wood wagon and tent is pitched in the far right backgrond. After serving...
Dates: 1919

Road Construction, 1919

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Identifier: B207.01.0001.0002.00001
Abstract Mounted photograph showing a construction crew building a road in South Dakota. There are seven men standing in front of three four-horse hitches pulling grading equipment. On the right of the image are two of the men with surveying equipment. One man is standing behind a level on a tripod and one is holding a rod. Buildings are in the far background. After serving in the Army as an engineer during World War I, Morris Adelstein joined his mother in Kadoka, South Dakota and was elected as the...
Dates: 1919

Road Construction, 1919

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Identifier: B207.01.0001.0002.00002
Abstract Mounted photograph showing a construction crew in South Dakota. There are two children on a horse, eleven men, and two women. Four of the men are astride saddled horses inside a corral. Behind the people are an automobile, a truck, and two tents. After serving in the Army as an engineer during World War I, Morris Adelstein joined his mother in Kadoka, South Dakota and was elected as the county engineer for several counties in South Dakota. Morris Adelstein and his banker founded the...
Dates: 1919

Road Construction, 1919

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Identifier: B207.01.0001.0002.00003
Abstract Mounted photograph showing a construction crew building a road and a culvert in South Dakota. There are three four-hitch teams of horses with grading implements and eight men. The men are by a newly constructed culvert and road. Two automobiles are parked on the dirt road and in the distance on the prairie is a wagon. After serving in the Army as an engineer during World War I, Morris Adelstein joined his mother in Kadoka, South Dakota and was elected as the county engineer for several...
Dates: 1919

South Dakota

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Identifier: B114.08.0002.0004
Abstract South Dakota's Jewish community began with the Black Hills gold discovery of 1874 and homesteading in the 1860s and 1870s. Deadwood settlers included merchants, Civil War veterans, jobless clerks from the East, prospectors, and new immigrants. Between 1882 and 1889, the Cremieux agricultural oolony near Mitchell attracted 200 Jewish settlers, but it failed due to natural disasters and poor management. Synagogues were founded in Sioux Falls and Aberdeen in 1909 and 1916. Two Jewish...
Dates: 1882-2019