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  • Dacotah Prairie MuseumDacotah Prairie Museum Aberdeen, South Dakota
    The conception of a museum for the city started sometime in the early 1930s, when a Northern State college professor, John Murphy and salesman Marc Cleworth began the Northern South Dakota History Museum and had it located in part of the Central building that was on the campus grounds. Their collection would grow during the next few years with many donations and loans until 1941, when their space was needed for the training of pilots for the war efforts. The collection had grown to more than 500 relics by then, but the loaners were returned to their respective owners and the donated items were placed in storage where they were preserved until 1970. With the idea still swimming around in the minds of many of the city's residents, in 1963, a number of past presidents of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) got together to conceive some community projects for their organization and by the following year, they began looking for a suitable place for the museum. The city's parks and recreation department offered them the former Anderson Recreation Center as a temporary home, with the board accepting the magnanimous offer and in 1969, the Dacotah Prairie Museum was opened with small exhibits like the one about L. Frank Baum, another about the life in early Brown County and of course, Native Americans.

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  • Sitting Bull MonumentSitting Bull Monument Aberdeen, South Dakota
    Sitting Bull, Thathanjka Iyotake in Lakota, was nicknamed Slon-he or Slow, and was the famous Hunkpapa Lakota Sioux holy man that led his nation as a war chief when they were on the warpath with the United States. Sitting Bull was born by the Grand River in South Dakota, and named Slon-He or Slow when he was young, and in true Lakota tradition given one of his father's names after doing so well in a war party. At 14 years old, he led the charge against a Crow war party, before they could act, which resulted in all of his followers coming through unharmed. It was Sitting Bull that overcame the 7th Cavalry at the Battle of the Little Big Horn and George Custer in 1876. It fulfilled his premonition that the Native Americans would beat the cavalry, and seven months after the battle, left the area for Wood Mountain, Saskatchewan, Canada, staying there until 1881. He then came back to the region and surrendered to the army, where they were settled in the Standing Rock Indian Reservation and Sitting Bull touring with Buffalo Bill Cody's Wild West Show for a while.

January 11, 2011