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Minerals and Mining in South Dakota

Mining History Association

Mining in South Dakota

A list of readings:

Gold in the Black Hills
By Watson Parker
South Dakota State Historical Society Press

Chasing the Glitter: Black Hills Milling, 1874-1959
By Richmond L. Clow
South Dakota State Historical Society Press

Gold Rush: The Black Hills Story
Compiled and with an Introduction by John D. McDermott
South Dakota State Historical Society Press

Ethnic Oasis: The Chinese in the Black Hills
By Liping Zhu and Rose Estep Fosha
South Dakota State Historical Society Press

History of South Dakota,
Fourth Edition, Revised
By Herbert S. Schell
Revised and with a Preface by John E. Miller
South Dakota State Historical Society Press (NOTE: SHOULD BE IN SERIES LIST OF READINGS)

An Illinois Gold Hunter in the Black Hills; the diary of Jerry Bryan March 13 to August 20, 1876.
By Bryan, Jerry. With an inroduction and notes by Clyde Walton.
Springfield, Ill., Illinois State Historical Society, 1960.

Annie Tallent
By Nancy Niethammer Kovats.
Lame Johnny Press, Hermosa SD. c1983. Note: Cover title: Annie Tallent. The mystery of the first white woman in the Black Hills

The bandit of the Black Hills / Max Brand [i.e. F. Faust]. Brand, Max 1892-1944.

Black Hills pioneer stories
By Carl Leedy, edited and chapter introductions by Mildred Fielder.
Lead, S.D. : Bonanza Trails Publications, [1973].

The Black Hills mining rush.
By Benjamin Franklin Gilbert, Journal of the West, 1964. Manhatten, Kansas

Black Hills outlaws, lawmen and others
by Irma H. Klock. I.H. Klock, c1981.

The Chinese in the Black Hills
By Mildred Fielder. 2d ed. Centennial Distributors, 1982, c1972. Deadwood, S.D.

Gold, Gals, Guns, Guts: A History of Deadwood, Lead, and Spearfish, 1874-1976
Edited by Bob Lee. Stan Lindstrom and Wynn Lindstrom, assistant editors

South Dakota State Historical Society

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