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A quick drive over the Missouri River on The Discovery Bridge in Yankton, South Dakota. We're on highway 81 going from South Dakota into Nebraska. If you’re new, Subscribe! -- http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Hot1047sf Go Here -- http://hot1047.com/ Like Us -- https://www.facebook.com/hot1047 Follow Us -- https://twitter.com/hot1047sf Get Our Newsletter -- http://hot1047.com/registration/
Enjoy this compilation of clips from the 2016 Madison South Dakota Discovery Day! This celebration included -A Mart In the Park -Live Music -Great Plains Zoo Mobile -Pizza Eating Contest -Bean Bag Tournament -Kids, 5k, 10k races -Bike Parade -Local Business Savings -Street Vendors -Business Booths -Trackless Train -Bumper Cars -SD National Guard -Free community swimming -Discount Golf Rates And MORE! Discover the Unexpected in Madison, South Dakota! http://www.chamberofmadisonsd.com/ http://www.cityofmadisonsd.com/ http://www.madisonsd.com/ Music - https://audiojungle.net/item/inspiring-event/15189799 Copyrights Purchased 8/4/2016 Wollmann Productions
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SPINK, SD -After hours of work Monday night and Tuesday, a car that may contain clues to the 1971 disappearance of two missing Vermillion teens is in police possession. It's what they found in the car that is the biggest discovery. Cheryl Miller and Pamela Jackson were last seen driving to a gravel pit where they were going to join a party in May of 1971. Tuesday night, investigators finally removed the car from a creek, and they found bones. Despite numerous searches over the years, it wasn't until Monday morning that a man stumbled across the car they were last seen driving upside down in Brule Creek just North of Spink, South Dakota. But the process was grueling, investigators spent hours digging around the car and picking out what's inside including human remains and other items. M...
The story of the South Dakota gold rush of 1874, and of its impact on the sacred homelands of the Lakota Sioux. (9.25 mins) This module tells the story of the prospectors, focusing on the story of the South Dakota Gold Rush of 1874. The Black Hills had been promised to the Lakota "as long as grass grows and the rivers flow" - but when an expedition led by Col. George Custer established the presence of gold in the hills, these promises to the Native Americans were soon broken. The module describes the experiences of Annie Tallent, one of the first prospectors to enter the hills, and the only woman amongst the Gordon Party of 1874. Written and directed by Andrew Chater. Originally commissioned and broadcast by the BBC. Copyright Andrew Chater / Lodestar Productions / Timelines.tv, stream...
GREATEST FIREWORKS ON EARTH -- A one-hour special celebrating firework displays from around the world: A high-rolling New Year's extravaganza in Las Vegas; Thunder Over Louisville, Kentucky, on the shores of the Ohio River; the closing ceremony of the Summit of World Leaders in Shanghai, China; and a Fourth of July spectacular at Mount Rushmore, South Dakota.
In 1874, George Armstrong Custer led an expedition into the Black Hills where gold was discovered to establish army posts. The discovery triggered a gold rush and gave rise to the lawless town of Deadwood. Not only was the town lawless but also illegal because it was in territory guaranteed to the Lakota people by treaty with the U.S. Government. But the U.S. Government saw an opportunity to pay off its huge debt with the newly-found gold. Dispute over the Black Hills continues to this day. Famed gunslinger, scout, lawman, professional gambler and folk hero Wild Bill Hickok was shot and killed in Deadwood in 1876 while playing poker. He was shot in the back of the head by Jack McCall. Today, the city of Deadwood is a National Historic Landmark.
The dramatic scenery of the Badlands draws visitors from around the world. Located in southwestern South Dakota, Badlands National Park consists of 244,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires surrounded by a mixed-grass prairie ecosystem. These striking geologic deposits contain one of the world's richest fossil beds. How did the Badlands form? Learn the geologic story and find out about the wildlife at Badlands in this video. Ancient mammals such as the rhino, horse, and saber-toothed cat once roamed here. In Badlands National Park, scientists have observed 39 mammal species, 9 reptile species, 6 amphibian species, 206 bird species, and 69 butterfly species. Four species of wildlife have been reintroduced into the Badlands since its establishment as a National Monument...
Archaeologists Dale and Mike analyze an enormous round stone found in South Dakota and hypothetizes about the origins of its petroglyphs in this web exclusive. #FoundHistory Subscribe for more from Found and other great HISTORY shows: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=historychannel Find out more about the show and watch full episodes on our site: http://www.history.com/shows/found?cmpid=Social_YouTube_Found Check out exclusive HISTORY content: Website - http://www.history.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/History Twitter - https://twitter.com/history Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+HISTORY Found Season 1 "Found" follows a group of experts as they fan out across the nation to investigate the unexplained objects that normal Americans find in their back...
Come to Pierre and check out some of the family attractions as well as special events. August 2 - Snoopy & Woodstock at the Downtown Crazy Days. August 8 - Civil Air Patrol at the South Dakota National Guard Museum September 13 &14 - Dakota Western Heritage Festival in Fort Pierre. Western Music, poetry and art. September 19 & 20 - South Dakota's 125th Birthday Celebration. https://www.facebook.com/southdakotanationalguardmuseum http://www.sd-discovery.org/ http://caseytibbs.com/rodeo-center http://history.sd.gov/Museum/
This was our entry to the Discovery Channel contest. Well we won enjoy
Jewel Cave National Monument is in the Black Hills of South Dakota, not far from Mount Rushmore. Ranger-guided tours are the most popular way to see the cave, but spelunkers consider Jewel Cave a great place to explore too - at more than 160 miles in length, Jewel Cave is the third longest cave in the world.
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