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S. representative; Brûlé Sioux; president of the American Indian National Bank; executive officer for the Bureau of Indian Affairs 56 Ghosts The GREEN DOOR BROTHEL (now a wild west museum) in Deadwood is reportedly haunted by the sounds of former clients and ‘ladies’ talking and walking around. Since the 1800s, PIERRE has been haunted by the apparition of a Sioux Indian riding a horse. 3 meters) off the ground! Ghosts D O Y STEVENS HIGH SCHOOL in RAPID CITY is haunted by “Sparky,” a ghost accompanied by strange smells.
John C. ” He visited the Dakota region in 1838 and named several lakes in present-day South Dakota. 54 State Founders Founding Fathers Sitting Bull—Hunkpapa Sioux medicine man and spiritual leader; important in the Sioux War; travelled with Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show; helped revive the Ghost Dance spiritual movement in 1890 John B. S. S. S. S. representative; Brûlé Sioux; president of the American Indian National Bank; executive officer for the Bureau of Indian Affairs 56 Ghosts The GREEN DOOR BROTHEL (now a wild west museum) in Deadwood is reportedly haunted by the sounds of former clients and ‘ladies’ talking and walking around.
South Dakota’s temperatures can drop to -20°F (-29°C) in the winter and top 86°F (30°C) in the summer. Weather Highest temperature: 120°F (49°C), Gannvalley, July 5, 1936 ºF=Degrees Fahrenheit ºC=Degrees Celsius Lowest temperature: -58°F (-50°C), McIntosh, February 17, 1936 South Dakota generally has hot summers and cold winters. Most precipitation falls during the growing season. 28 Topography About midway between the James and Missouri rivers is a band of low hills called the Coteau du Missouri.