Casey Tibbs was a world champion rodeo cowboy who went on to produce, direct, and star in Hollywood movies.
Teddy Roosevelt's experiences in the Dakotas as a young man strongly influenced his personality and character.
Some of the animal-drawn vehicles on the streets of early Deadwood can still be seen at the Days of '76 Museum.
A 30-minute documentary about how transportation has evolved in the Black Hills and surrounding area.
In Deadwood, Wild Bill is probably better known for being dead than alive. Hickok lived there for only a month but his grave has been a local tourist attraction for decades.
A plant operating between 1884 and 1906 produced much of the stone used in Sioux Falls buildings of the period.
Video describing the rise of rail transportation in the Black Hills.
Probably the most famous western character you never heard of.
Diary entries describe a rough passage to Deadwood in 1878.
How Belle Fourche, South Dakota got it's start as a bustling cowtown and grew as a regionally important center of ag trade and commerce.
The American Bison continues to symbolize the spirit of the Old West.
How a struggling small-town pharmacy became world famous.
Homestake Mine celebrated 50 years of operation in 1926.
More than one member of the Custer family died at the Little Big Horn in 1876.
An army post in Sioux Falls trained South Dakota soldiers for duty in the Spanish-American War.
In this continuation of the story of Roy and Lucille Fitz, the De Smet couple discusses the reality of the...
Sadly, we're losing senior South Dakotans able to share first-hand remembrances of what life was like here in the...
Candace Hilligoss grew up in Huron during the 1940s and 1950s and graduated from Huron high school. After three...