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.
How a struggling small-town pharmacy became world famous.
Naturally warmed water in and around Hot Springs has attracted health-conscious visitors since the 1880s.
A 1914 opera house/theater is still a hub of community activity in Lead.
Spelunkers have been exploring and mapping Wind Cave's passages and chambers since the 1880s.
Film clips from 1927 - 1941. Rushmore worker interviews from 1992.
Silent film shows Custer State Park staff at work and posing for a group picture.
A 30-minute SDPB TV documentary featuring clips from historical South Dakota films shot between 1913 - 1962.
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...