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Harding County, South Dakota

Harding County History Book

Harding County History Bookavailable from Alice Holcomb $80/set

Harding County Queries

Research Tools from South Dakota Historical Society 

Cemetery Record Search

Biographical Index of South Dakotans

1916 Herford Bull Registration to T.L. Galbreth

Who is that man standing with Charles Thompson, of the Camp Crook area?

IDENTIFY HARDING COUNTY PEOPLE from 1920's Pool Hall??? 

JUDY SIMPSON SHARES HARDING COUNTY,CAMP CROOK PICTURES!!

These pictures were taken by Judy's Great-uncle Alonzo "Lon" Lantis

Beautiful picture of the famous bucking horse TIPPERARY!

New Sankey Post Card Collection, thanks to Keith Sankey

CAMP CROOK SCHOOL
Information about Camp Crook School
BASEBALL TEAM
LOG CABIN HOME OF THOMPSONS
History of Madaline Thompson (from Meet Your Neighbor)

The Story of Dougal Hugh McDonell of Camp Crook , S. D.

part 2 by Gerald A. McDonald, his Great Nephew

BUILDING AN EMPIRE
A Historical Booklet on Harding County, 
prepared Especially for the 50th Anniversary of Harding County, Sept 6-7, 1959 
compiled and published by Buffalo Times-Herald.

Index by Joy Fisher - Look-up Available 
  Cemetery Listing
 
1. Grand River
 2. Cave Hills

Harding County Archives -
click here to view

HARDING COUNTY PIONEERS

1. Biography of Mary Dumont Volin - click here to view
2. Marjorie A EVENSON CATRON (1917-2001) - click here to view
3. John Thompson family,Camp Crook area - click here to view
4. Alfred W. & Helena Buan JENSEN family, Camp Crook area - click here to view
5. Marge Chloe Elliott SANKEY, Reva area - click here to view
6. Tom ASHCROFT, Reva area - click here to view
7. Mrs Mabel Sankey Gardner    Memories of Early Days  Rescue of Margie's horses

 Anyone recognize this place?  Please contact COLLEEN GALBRETH

Link to:

Harding County Published Resources
Harding County Addresses
Buffalo Museum

Join the Historical Society

EARLY SD BIRTH RECORDS
These vital records are fully searchable. Just a great resource!!

The South Dakota Bureau of Land Management Database was extracted from data generously provided by the Bureau of Land Management. It includes every homestead, mining and timber claim, as well as cash sales and Indian allotments from 1859 to 1995. Not included are parcels still owned by the U. S. Government, including the Bureau of Indian Affairs, the Forest Service, and the National Park System. The database comprises over 600,000 individual land records--totaling over 65 MB of raw text data! The data is arranged by county, then surname of the land patent purchaser. Each file contains information on how to order the patent files from the National Archives. The BLM homestead site is back on-line Check it out  . . . www.glorecords.blm.gov

About the South Dakota GenWeb Project
In June, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the SDGENWEB (The SouthDakota Genealogical Website Project). The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in South Dakota, where collected
databases would be stored. In addition, these databases would be indexed and cross linked, so that even if an individual were found in more than one county, they could be located in the index.

At the same time, volunteers were found who were willing to coordinate the collection of databases and generally oversee the contents of the websites. The person responsible for this county is Mary Buchholz. Contact her if you have any data to add to the Harding County Archives.



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